The 4-H members involved in this Great Plains sheep committee were, Brody Schofield, Zach and Aliyah Friend, Samantha, Emily, and Jadyn Rucker, Nick, Abby, Jessica, and Seth Gunkel. In picture one, the members are making batting yo-yo’s to apply on the sheep to make it fluffy.


Abigail Gunkel,
Club Reporter
The Great Plains 4-H club is split in two committees decorating two lamb silhouettes for the Wild‘N’Wooly sheep decorating contest.  One of these committees has put their sheep behind the wheel of a Lamborghini.  This rich ewe has spiral permed hair studded with rhinestones and cherry red bows.  Her rhinestone, and mirrored sunglasses match her earrings, steering wheel, and her wool.  Her red hot car has a personalized Kansas license plate that says, Lamb-r-ghini, in a frame that says, a sheep at the wheel.  All the Wild’N’Wooly plywood sheep entries will be displayed around the fair grounds for the Johnson County Fair.  This committee had a lot of fun decorating their sheep.

Picture two shows the finished sheep for the contest. Submitted photos