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Cowgirl Attends Nationals

Glenwood News for August 16

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GLENWOOD HOMEMAKERS

Shayne Arnold recently competed at the National High School Finals Rodeo in Springfield, Ill. There were about 15000 contestants from the United States, Canada, and Australia. Shayne roped her first calf in 2.7 seconds, but the calf broke out. She roped her second calf in 3.2 second, so did an excellent job in both attempts. With the penalty she received on the first calf, she did not make it into the short go. They had a good trip back to Illinois, but were glad to get back home to the Northwest, as the weather was really hot and humid back east.

Glenwood 4-H participants attended the Fashion Review in Dallesport on Aug. 1. They all did a really good job. Angeline Wasgatt was the junior fashion review grand champion. Amanda Kuhnhausen was the champion and Ashley Woodward was the reserve champion for the intermediate fashion review. The senior fashion review reserve champion was Jazmine Espinoza.

In the purchased garment competition, the junior grand champion went to Emily Brasuell; Ashley Brasuell was the intermediate champion; and Candi Kuhnhausen was the senior champion.

In the clothing construction area, Angeline Wasgatt earned the junior champion award, Amanda Kuhnhausen was the intermediate champion, and Jazmine Espinosa was the senior reserve champion.

In the judging contest, Katie Gamble was the junior champion, Ashley Woodward was the intermediate champion, and Candi Kuhnhausen was the senior champion.

A number of other young people participated in the fashion review day and did well earning a lot of blue ribbons, besides the championship mentioned. Terry Arnold is the leader of the Glenwood Clothing 4-H group and said she was really proud of all the kids and the hard work they had put in.

Don't miss the Klickitat County Fair in Goldendale, which starts on Aug. 23 and runs through Aug. 26.

The start of school is just around the corner in Glenwood. The first day for students is Aug. 29. High school volleyball practice will start on Aug. 20 at 6 p.m. Students wanting to participate will need to have up-to-date physicals. The first competition is Sept. 7 and student must have 10 practices.

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