Thirteen Sevier County 4-H’ers competed against 4-H’ers from across the state at the District 4-H O’Rama at Lake Hamilton High School on June 18. To qualify for district level, they had to compete at the local County 4-H O’Rama.

The winners in the Senior Division (ages 14-19) were as follows:  Amber Morris placed 1st in Health, Marcus Rosson placed 1st in Bait Casting and Sports Fishing, Hunter Frachiseur placed 6th in Gun Safety, Aubrey Seymour placed 1st in Human Development, James Bartek placed 4th in Bicycle, Ethan Wolcott placed 2nd in Public Speaking.

All 1st – 7th place senior winners are eligible to compete and represent Sevier County at the State 4-H O’Rama to be held at the University of Arkansas Campus in Fayetteville in July. 

Junior Division (ages 9-13) winners were as follows: Jacob Seymour placed 4th in Health, Landon Frachiseur placed 3rd in Wildlife, Brayden Frachiseur placed 5th in Bait Casting & Sports Fishing and Raegan Frachiseur placed 1st in Fashion Revue-Purchased/Casual. Others that competed in the Junior Division were Gavin Carver, Evin Frachiseur, and Pace Frachiseur.

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