Caleb Hasenleder
Club reporter
Legacy 4-H Club performed and sang their way to the top in the annual 4-H Club Days. Will these 4-H kids climb the ladder of success to fame, our fall off mid-way? Read to find out.
Many kids participated in this year’s annual get-together at Wheatridge Middle School, including the Legacy group from Johnson County. The kids performed stunningly with no-one falling below the red-ribbon mark and here are the results.
The group performing “The Gingerbread Girl” skit was awarded alternate-top purple; the judge stated that she had a hard time making that decision but someone had to win.
Lizzy Arnold and Elli Folks made their mark whenever they achieved top purple in vocal ensemble. Folks, played a flute solo and received a red ribbon. Jessi McEndree won a blue ribbon in her demonstration as well as a blue in her vocal solo. Erin Sullivan didn’t hold back as she got her blue ribbon for an impromptu and later a purple for her flute solo.
Arnold won a red ribbon for her flute solo, along with Kennedy Forshey who also got a red in impromptu and a blue ribbon in her piano solo. Ruthie Hasenleder won her blue ribbon for her playing of the piano. Kassidy Forshey didn’t surprise anyone as she took her purple ribbons for a vocal solo and impromptu.
These kids show what America has to offer by giving their best in whatever they do, no matter what the color ribbon or reward. We all impatiently wait for next years 4-H Club Days.