Congrats to … Cleburne County Elementary School 4-H members
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Jayda Hale. Photo: Special to The Star
Jayda Hale. Photo: Special to The Star
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Cookie contest winners. Photo: Special to The Star
Cookie contest winners. Photo: Special to The Star
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$15 Challenge. Photo: Special to The Star
$15 Challenge. Photo: Special to The Star
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“Blocks-Rock” competition. Photo: Special to The Star
“Blocks-Rock” competition. Photo: Special to The Star
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Rico Jordan. Photo: Special to The Star
Rico Jordan. Photo: Special to The Star
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Cleburne County Elementary School 4-H members recently participated in a 4-H St. Patrick Day cookie contest. Jayda Hale won first-place in the Elementary School and also first-place in Cleburne County.

Cleburne County Elementary School 4-H members recently participated in a 4-H St. Patrick Day cookie contest. Cookie contest winners included left to right, Jayda Hale, first-place in county and at Cleburne County Elementary School; Andrew Arrington, second-place in the county, first-place in Ranburne High School; Jozlyn Bonner, third-place in the county, second-place Ranburne High School; Zondtayvius Harbour, second-place in Cleburne County Elementary School. Not pictured, Cayleigh Payne, first-place, Fruithurst Elementary School; Gracie Sanders, third-place, Cleburne County Elementary School; Addie Ward, fourth-place, Cleburne County Elemetary School, Colby Hanson, third-place Ranburne Elementary School/Ranburne High School; and Skylar Deese, fourth-place, Ranburne Elementary School/Ranburne High School.

Cleburne County Elementary School 4-H members recently participated in a “$15 Challenge” where the students create an outfit for under fifteen dollars. The winners included left to right, Abby Wilson, first-place and Stella McWhorter, second-place.

Cleburne County 4-H members recently participated in a “Blocks-Rock” competition by building creations with toy blocks. The winners included left to right, Stella McWhorter, first-place; Zondtayvius Harbour, third-place and Avery McWhorter, second-place.

Rico Jordan, a fourth grade student at Cleburne County Elementary School, recently won first-place in Speak Up, Alabama Public Speaking in the Cleburne County 4-H “Main event” competition. His informative speech was on recycling.
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