Area youth earn honors at DuPage County Fair

Scores of local youth participated in the 60th annual DuPage County Fair through their 4-H projects and animal shows.

“Whether it’s in robotics or rabbits, our 4-H members work for months in their project areas. They strive to learn new skills and develop talents, which they then demonstrate through 4-H exhibits at the annual DuPage County Fair,” said Christine Birns, 4-H Youth Development Program coordinator.

From Burr Ridge:

Sierra Carder, D G Gang 4-H: Reserve Champion Animal Science; and Reserve Champion Woodworking and State Fair Delegate–Woodworking II;

Katherine Carder, D G Gang 4-H: Champion Computer Science and State Fair Delegate–Computer Intro;

Zachary Carder, D G Gang 4-H: Champion Geospatial.

From Darien:

Manna Rassi, D G Gang 4-H: Champion Child Development; and Reserve Champion Personal Development (Theatre Arts/Performing Arts; Filmmaking/Video);

From Westchester:

Claire Groppe, Trinity Trailblazers 4-H: Reserve Champion Visual Arts–Fiber; and Champion Visual Arts–Heritage Arts and State Fair Delegate–Heritage Arts

From Western Springs:

Sara Groppe, Trinity Trailblazers 4-H: Reserve Champion Foods (Food Preservation); and State Fair Delegate–Food Preservation

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