The Jessamine County 4-H dog club recently hosted its annual dog show with 4-H participants coming to compete at the county fairgrounds from several different counties in the bluegrass region. Following the county show, the Jessamine County club then competed at the Kentucky State Fair in Louisville.
Multiple ribbons and awards were brought home by club members, but it was high school sophomore Libby Rockaway who walked away with the highest number of awards of any 4-H competitor at the state fair, including the coveted “High in Trial” award.
The Jessamine County 4-H dog club will have an informational meeting Monday, Sept. 10, at 6:30 p.m. in the ag-education section of the county extension office. Any resident of Jessamine County between the ages of 9 to 18 who is interested in joining the club is encouraged to attend. For more information, contact the Jessamine County Extension Office at 885-4811.