Montgomery County 4-H members participated in the Ouachita District 4-H O’Rama at Gurdon High School on June 16th. The eleven Montgomery County 4-H members who competed are: Seniors: Kaitlin Carmack, Bait Casting & Game Fish Identification-5th place; Breanna Lewis, Health-2nd place; Colton Lewis, Gun Safety, BB Gun Marksmanship-4th place; Callie Monk, Safety-2nd place; Bailey Nash, Performing Arts-Vocal-6th place; Juniors: Amy Efird, Gun Safety, BB Gun Marksmanship-1st place; Mikayla Ellison, Food Fair-3rd place; Lucas Hawthorn, Bait Casting & Game Fish Identification-8th place; Rebeka Lewis, Health-6th place; Jakob Myers, Wildlife-7th place; and Dakota Rae, Bicycle-3rd place.
Montgomery County 4-H members recognized as 2015 Ouachita District Record Book Winners were: Beginners-Rebeka Lewis, Health & Fitness; Jakob Myers, Food & Nutrition/Food Preparation ; Intermediate-Breanna Lewis, Food & Nutrition/Food Preparation.
Montgomery County 4-H offers its programs to all eligible persons regardless of race, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, age, disability, marital or veteran status, genetic information, or any other legally protected status. To learn how to become a 4-H member, contact the Cooperative Extension Service at (870)867-2311.