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Clark County 4-H drama-music-speaking event held in Thorp

Clark County 4-H drama-music-speaking event held in Thorp Clark County 4-H drama-music-speaking event held in Thorp

The annual Clark County 4-H Drama/Music Festival and Speaking Contest was held on March 7 at Thorp Elementary School. There were more than 80 youth representing seven 4-H clubs.

The results: DRAMAS/MINI DRAMAS/SKITS -- Woodgrove Workers (drama) – It Could Be Worse and Anansi the Spider (blue): Ashley Amacher, Colton and Aschton Paczkowski, Quinn, Lanie, Addie, and Tucker Hatlestad, Jack Wendler, Teddy and Lydia van Ark, Evelyn Goessl -- Maplewood Badgers (mini drama) – The Flower Garden (blue): Kaden and Allie Kunze, Rayna Hamus, Ella and Jacob Raatz, Lizzy and Belle Kloth, Skylar Simon, McKenzi Meyer, Kyle Johnson, Michael and Isabella Fleury -- Lucky Clovers (drama) – The Emperor’s Daughters (blue): Amanda, Destiny, and James Durrstein, Dakota and Logan Gorton, Caleb Meyer, Amalie and Ian Slone, Nicolas Stiemann -- Loyal Lads and Lassies (drama) – A Charlie Brown Christmas (blue): Devon, Jackson and Kathryn Roehl, Maleia Smith, Andi Ehlers, Kessa Fitzl, Hannah Kayhart, Aubrey and Kristen Lambrecht, Sam Lathrop, Korbin and Javessa Lockhart, Jarrett and Jillian Rueth -- Neillsville Lights (mini drama) – Confusion at the Castle (blue): Fletcher and Natalie Boon, Brady and Emily Gerhardt, Ithzel Piedra, Laela Scott, Ali Shaw, Mackenzie Smith, Brennan and Lylah Wilson, Mireya Ziebell -- Greenwood Satellites (mini drama) – A Charming Affair (red): Lainy Trampush, Tiffany Mitte, Breanna and Jesse Rowe.

-- Greenwood Satellites (skit) – A Bag of Swag (red): Breanna and Jesse Rowe -- Loyal Lads and Lassies (mini drama) – Social Media (red): Madison and Allison Stieglitz, Eva, and Eden Stieglitz, Braeleigh, Madelyn and Emilee Suda MUSICALS – Groups and Solos -- Maplewood Badgers (group) – This Land is Your Land/State Songs Medley/God Bless the USA (blue): Kaden and Allie Kunze, Ella Raatz, Cassie Gosse, McKenzi Meyer, Isabella and Michael Fleury, Jenelle, Jasmine, and Juliet Ertl, Skylar Simon, Rayna Hamus -- Lucky Clovers (group) – Americana (red): Amanda, Destiny, and James Durrstein, Dakota and Logan Gorton, Caleb Meyer, Nicolas Stiemann -- Nicolas Stiemann, Lucky Clovers (piano solo) – Here I Am, Lord (red) -- James and Amanda Durrstein, Lucky Clovers (duet) – Stupid Deep (red) -- Dakota Gorton, Lucky Clovers (solo w/ accompaniment) – Stupid with Love (red) -- Cassandra Gosse, Maplewood Badgers (solo w/accompaniment) – I’ll Always Remember Us This Way (blue) -- James Durrstein, Lucky Clovers (solo w/accompaniment) – Blue (red) -- Destiny Durrstein, Lucky Clovers (solo w/accompaniment) – I Can Hear the Bells (blue) -- Destiny Durrstein and Dakota Gorton, Lucky Clovers (duet) – Good For You (red) SPEAKING/STORYTELLING -- Nicolas Stiemann, Lucky Clovers (speech) – The Looniest Vacation (blue) -- Amanda Durrstein, Lucky Clovers (storytelling) – A Peril of Stories (blue) Selected to represent Clark County at the Wisconsin State Fair in 2020 are: Β· Nicolas Stiemann, Lucky Clovers (speech) – The Looniest Vacation Β· Cassie Gosse, Maplewood Badgers (vocal solo) – I’ll Always Remember Us This Way Β· Destiny Durrstein, Lucky Clovers (vocal solo/alternate) – I Can Hear The Bells Β· Woodgrove Workers (group drama) – It Could Be Worse and Anansi The Spider Β· Maplewood Badger (group drama) – The Flower Garden Special recognition was given to: Β· Maplewood Badgers (The Flower Garden): Most Original Costumes Β· Woodgrove Workers (It Could Be Worse and Anansi the Spider): Outstanding Props & Set Β· Andi Ehlers, Loyal Lads & Lassies (A Charlie Brown Christmas): Best One Liner Β· Natalie Boon, Neillsville Lights (Confusion at the Castle): Supporting Actress Β· Nicolas Stiemann, Lucky Clovers (The Emperor’s Daughters): Supporting Actor Β· Laela Scott, Neillsville Lights (Confusion at the Castle): Best Actress Β· Colton Paczkowski, Woodgrove Workers (It Could Be Worse and Anansi The Spider): Best Actor Judges for the events were Cheryl Anderegg and Katrina Lapham (drama); Roni Kaczor-Smith (music); Michael Rusin (speaking). Chris Hollar was the emcee.

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