Tomorrow’s leaders were showcased in Dickinson on Monday
The Roughriders Days 4-H non-living exhibit for Stark/Billings County was on display at the Biesiot Activities Center
Kids, ages 8 – 18 – years -old, enter categories ranging from animal and plant science to photography.
They describe their work to judges and are later scored…with a winner for each category.
Teachers and parents like the activities because it allows students to develop public speaking skills and a craft.
“The workmanship that a 13- year -old puts together on an exhibit like that . . . I look at it and say here is the leaders of tomorrow,” said Kurt Froelich, NDSU Extension Center.
4-H activities continue tomorrow. The Horse Show is tomorrow, and the Livestock show is on Thursday.