The DeKalb County 4-H public speaking contest was held Tuesday night at Northside Elementary School
Participants in the fourth grade were Tanner Poss and Derek Young who won first place; Sabrina Cripps took second place and Joshua Carlton received third place. Ashley Phillips also participated.
Fifth grade participants were James Barrientos, Ian Vitale, Felicia Ribble, Emily Burklow, and Olivia Fuson who won first place. Abby Evans and Hayley Martin received second place; and Brianna McDonald, Abbie Fontanez, and Eleonore Atnip took third place.
Meanwhile, in the sixth grade to twelfth grade competition Wyatt Martin won first place in 6th grade; Kirkland Smallwood received first place in the 7th grade; Lydia Trail took first place in 8th grade; Katie Haggard received first place in10th grade; Jacqueline Cortes took second place in the 6th grade; William Cain won second place in 7th grade; and Nathaniel Theriaque received third place in 7th grade.
Top Photo: 4th grade county 4-H public speaking participants (left to right): Sabrina Cripps (2nd place), Tanner Poss, Derek Young (1st place),and Joshua Carlton (3rd place). Not pictured was Ashley Phillips
Middle Photo: 5th grade county 4-H public speaking participants (left to right): James Barrientos, Ian Vitale, Felicia Ribble, Emily Burklow, Olivia Fuson (1st place), Brianna McDonald, Abbie Fontanez, and Eleonore Atnip (3rd place). Not pictured were: Abby Evans and Hayley Martin (2nd place).
Bottom Photo: Wyatt Martin (1st place, 6th grade), Lydia Trail (1st place, 8th grade), Katie Haggard (1st place, 10th grade), William Cain (2nd place, 7th grade), Nathaniel Theriaque(3rd place, 7th grade), and Kirkland Smallwood (1st place, 7th grade). Not pictured was Jacqueline Cortes (2nd place, 6th grade)