Saline County 4-H News – Handbook Cover Contest Winner

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Shelby Pribble of the Country Clovers 4-H Club is the winner of the 2018 Saline County 4-H Handbook Cover contest. Shelby is pictured with her winning design, which will become the cover of our 2017-2018 Saline County 4-H Handbook.
Shelby Pribble of the Country
Clovers 4-H Club is the winner of the 2018 Saline County 4-H Handbook Cover contest. Shelby is pictured with her winning design, which will become the cover of our 2017-2018 Saline County 4-H Handbook.
Wyatt Arnold of the Country Clovers 4-H Club earned Honorable Mention recognition for his entry in the 2018 Saline County 4-H Handbook Cover Contest. He is pictured with his design, which will be featured on the inside back cover of the 2017-2018 handbook.

Handbook Cover Contest Winner
Congratulations to Shelby Pribble of the Country Clovers 4-H Club! Shelby’s Handbook Cover entry was chosen as the winner this year. Shelby is the daughter of Jeremiah and Dana Pribble. Her design will be the cover of the 2017-2018 Saline County 4-H Handbook and she will receive recognition and a monetary prize at Achievement Night.
An entry by Wyatt Arnold of the Country Clovers 4-H Club has been chosen to receive an Honorable Mention. Wyatt is the son of Tim and Eliza Arnold. His design will be featured on the inside back cover of the handbook.
Illini Summer Academies – The Best Just Got Better
(The following is a special release from University of Illinois Extension.)
Registration is open for the best Illini Summer Academies ever! Illini Summer Academies lets you try out college life while you study with college professors and learn about possible careers.
We have lots of new Academies this year, including: Companion Animal Nutrition and Pet Food Manufacturing, Plant Biology: Exploring Life Beneath our Feet, Game Design: Digital Art, Storytelling, and Fabrication at the Fab Lab, Advanced Microbiology, and Work Hard/Play Hard: Careers in Health Sciences, Sports and Wellness.
Returning Academies include Aerospace, Animal Science, Anthropology, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Human Development and Family Studies, Advanced Family Studies, Beekeeping, Molecular and Cellular Biology, Agricultural Communications, Theatre Hip Hop Dance, and Veterinary Medicine.
The conference is Sunday, June 24 through Thursday, June 28 and is open to all youth who have completed 8th grade and are at least 14 by September 1, 2018. Registration fees vary by academy. For more information, visit: go.illinois.edu/illini4h.
Sponsors for Illini Summer Academies include: Illinois Farm Bureau, Farm Credit Services, Growmark, Women Changing the Face of Agriculture, H. Richard and Sarah McFarland Endowment for Youth Leadership, DuPont/Pioneer, Illinois 4-H Foundation, and the Human Development and Family Studies Department.

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