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Burt County Fair Shooting Sports Competition Results
Name Town Exh # Prone Standing Sitting Kneeling Total Ribbon Medal
BB GUN – 8-9 Years Old
Lacey Petersen Tekamah 102 84 64 83 79 310 Purple Gold
Kaden Frahm Lyons 103 85 69 81 74 309 Purple Silver
Tate Simonsen Lyons 104 63 59 53 57 232 Blue Bronze
Kaiden Bunn Lyons 101 62 41 51 48 202 Blue
BB GUN – 10-11 Years Old
Zach Petersen Tekamah 203 61 62 69 73 265 Purple Gold
Austin Stammer Craig 202 77 46 68 71 262 Purple Silver
BB GUN – 12-13 Years Old
Brandi Simonsen Lyons 201 59 68 65 63 255 Purple Gold
Name Town Exh # Prone Standing Kneeling Total Ribbon Medal
Air Rifle – 11-12 years old
Brandi Simonsen Lyons 501 51 27 47 125 Purple Gold
Zach Petersen Tekamah 503 42 17 54 113 Purple Silver
Austin Stammer Craig 502 49 27 19 95 Blue Bronze
Air Rifle – 15-18 years old
Thomas Hennig Tekamah 601 94 74 97 265 Purple Gold
Paige Stammer Craig 602 34 32 30 96 Blue Silver
Name Town Exh # Test Round 1 Round 2 Total Ribbon Medal
Trap – 12-13 years old
Weston Zolck Herman 101 36 21 18 75 Purple Gold
Trap – 16-18 years old
Nick Bohannon Tekamah 201 42 18 19 79 Purple Gold
Paige Stammer Craig 202 26 15 10 51 Blue Silver
|Burt County Fair Shooting Sports Competition Results|
|BB GUN – 8-9 Years Old|
|BB GUN – 10-11 Years Old|
|BB GUN – 12-13 Years Old|
|Air Rifle – 11-12 years old|
|Air Rifle – 15-18 years old|
|Name||Town||Exh #||Test||Round 1||Round 2||Total||Ribbon||Medal|
|Trap – 12-13 years old|
|Trap – 16-18 years old|
LEROY L. HOVENDICK, 60 years, of Tekamah, Nebraska, passed away Wednesday, July 30, 2014, at his home in Tekamah.
MEMORIAL GATHERING will be held at a later date.
MEMORIALS: Donor’s Choice, Oakland Volunteer Fire Department
Please feel free to send your condolences to the family.
Each condolence will be printed and given to the family after the service.
Tickets for the 6th Annual Neihardt Beer and Limerick Festival are now available. This event, held at the Historic Ferguson House (700 S. 16th St.) in Lincoln, will take place Saturday, August 16 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $25 for non-members and $20 for members. Sample craft beers and appetizers and compete in the wildest beer-related limerick contest this side of Milwaukee! For more information, please call the Neihardt Site at 402-648-3388 or email us at email@example.com
Amelia Schlichting of Lyons, NE
is no novice when it comes to 4-H. “I have been in 4-H for seven years,” Amelia stated.
Over the years, she has submitted several entries for judging at the fair. “My past exhibits have been in the categories of cooking, sewing, heritage, speeches, PSA (Public Service Announcement.), presentations, photography, child care, electricity, robots and robotics” Amelia said.
She has received many awards over the seven years she has been in 4-H. “I received awards for my speeches and PSA. My PSA went to the state level one year,” Amelia stated. “It didn’t win, but I was glad it made it that far.”
Photographs of hers also went to the state level. “I received special recognition on my photos of the Niobrara River,” Amelia said.
In other categories, she has also received many awards over the years. “I don’t remember all of the awards I have received. I have awards for cooking, sewing, heritage, speeches, presentations and PSA,” Amelia stated.
Being involved in 4-H in a family affair. “I got involved in 4-H because of my dad’s family. My grandpa was in 4-H and was also a leader. My grandma was a 4-H leader,” Amelia said. “My dad and his two sisters were in 4-H. One of my aunts works in the extension office and another aunt used to.”
Amelia also has two brothers involved in 4-H. “Caleb and Andrew are also in 4-H. This is Caleb’s first year and Andrew’s first,” Amelia stated. “They both cook, do speeches, PSA, sew, rockets and photography. I help them with their projects.”
Amelia has been working diligently on her projects for this year’s Burt County Fair. “I work on projects in the summer. I try to start in the winter or spring on my sewing. I am usually working on projects until the night before the fair,” Amelia said.
She has many entries to submit this year. “I plan to enter cooking, knitting, sewing, blooming bucket, heritage and photography,” Amelia stated. “I will be showing my rabbit this year. I did a speech PSA and presentation this year. I was also a part of robotics club. We competed and made it to the state level.”
When Amelia is deciding what to cook or sew, she calls on her grandmother. “She is the one who helps me on those projects.,” Amelia said. “When is comes to photography, I look at the photos I have taken and see what ones are the best and where I can enter them in the fair. Heritage projects just come to me when I am looking at things that my grandma has of past family members.”
Amelia has three more years to participate in 4-H, participating in every aspect of it that she enjoys the most. “I enjoy learning and meeting new people and seeing my friends. I will see them at the 4-H workshops or awards and we will all hang out and just have fun,” Amelia stated.
I want to let the NCMA and NMCA members know that August 23rd will be the date when the Journey2Recovery Benefit will be held in Wisner. The purpose of the event is to raise funds to help people in Northeast Nebraska whose homes and businesses were seriously impacted by the tornadoes and storms that tore through the region in mid June.
What started out as being an auction to raise some funds grew into this event that will feature food and refreshments, live music, and an auction of 100 or more items. I am attaching a list of auction items received to date.
The event will begin early that afternoon and go on until roughly 11:00 PM. 6 regional bands will perform before headliner Daryle Singletary takes the stage for the main event performance. The bands include: Cactus Flats, Jason Earl, Badd Combination, Belles & Whistles, skreTTa eTc, and the Punching Pumpkins. Country and rock will be the main courses, along with burgers, hot dogs, cold drinks, and some great auction items.
Advance tickets at $15 each will go on sale on Friday, August 1st, through www.fuseweekly.com, or you can pick them up in person currently at the Ralston Arena or at Citizens State Bank and Pinnacle Bank in Wisner. Tickets on the day of the event will be $20. Children 12 and under will be admitted free. The event will be held at Wisner River Park the week after the Thunder By the River tractor pull.
As our Facebook page says, this is where Nebraska Rebuilds Nebraska. I hope that many of you can join us for some or all of the day on August 23rd.
Thank you for allowing me to share this with each of you.
City of Wisner
(308) 430-3904 – cell phone
JOURNEY2RECOVERY BENEFIT AUCTION ITEMS
Dinner for 8 with Governor Dave Heineman and First Lady Sally Ganem at the Governor’s Mansion
2-night stay at Wisner Haus (Courtesy of Dave and Cindy Goeller)
Limited edition pencil sketches signed by George H. W. Bush and Barbara Bush and artist Michael Reagan
Abby Jensen framed photograph
Amber Shane 20”x24” framed metal print
“Big Macs” – open edition print from Greg Garrett
“Prairie Rockets” – limited edition print from Greg Garrett
“The Great Escape” – limited edition print from Greg Garrett
Jason Jilg photograph
“Wheel of Fortune” package – Pat & Vanna signed photos, signed wedge, t-shirt & passes for 4 to taping
“Dennis the Menace” original illustration from Ron Ferdinand
“Miranda Lambert Platinum” CD autographed by Miranda Lambert
“Kansas” package – photo and “Dust In the Wind” commemorative book signed by band + cap & CD
Box of 14 Amber Shane photo greeting cards
“Memnoch the Devil” – signed by Anne Rice
“Interview With the Vampire” – signed by Anne Rice
“The Wolves of Midwinter” – signed by Anne Rice
“Your Heart Belongs to Me” – signed by Dean Koontz
Clayton Anderson (“Nebraska’s Astronaut”) – 2 signed photos
Gary Sinise autographed photo
Tim Allen autographed photo and “Last Man Standing” script
2 t-shirts & CDs from Billy McGuigan
Golf for 4 + carts at Dismal River Golf Club (good through October, 2015)
4 tickets, parking passes to Kansas Speedway in October
2 Club Level tickets – Nebraska vs. Illinois on September 27th – (Courtesy 1st National Bank)
2 tickets to September 12th Ameritas Challenge NU Volleyball game (Courtesy Ameritas)
2 tickets NU Basketball – Big 10 game t/b/d (Courtesy Ameritas)
4 tickets to Tri-City Storm USHL hockey game + 2 rooms at Microtel Kearney
Golf for 4 + carts at Omaha Country Club
Golf for 4 + carts at Indian Trails – Beemer
Bo Pelini autographed poster
Fishing trip for 1 to …
I day fish/hunt package to western Nebraska (Courtesy Andy Elder)
Eric Crouch signed “Go Big Red” wood plaque (Courtesy Bill Dunn)
“Hurry Hurry Omaha” t-shirt signed by Peyton Manning
Huskers Legends autographed football (40-50 signatures) (Courtesy Jerry Murtaugh)
Huskers football signed by Jeff Kinney & Jerry Tagge (Courtesy Al & Anne Vacanti)
Huskers mini-helmet signed by Jeff Kinney & Jerry Tagge (Courtesy Al & Anne Vacanti)
Jose Canseco autographed bat (Courtesy Sports For Kids Foundation)
Andre Dawson autographed baseball (Courtesy Sports For Kids Foundation)
Tony Perez autographed baseball (Courtesy Sports For Kids Foundation)
Warren Spahn autographed framed photo (Courtesy Al & Anne Vacanti)
Franco Harris autographed framed photo (Courtesy Al & Anne Vacanti)
Bob Feller autographed framed photo (Courtesy Al & Anne Vacanti)
Billy Williams autographed framed photo (Courtesy Al & Anne Vacanti)
Commemorative 1970 National Champions poster (Courtesy Jerry Murtaugh)
2 pair Adidas golf shoes (Courtesy Omaha Country Club)
TaylorMade driver (Courtesy Omaha Country Club)
Tony Oliva autographed Minnesota Twins legends photo
John Calipari autographed photo
“Getting a W in the Game of Life” – book signed by Dick Vitale
“Fabulous 50 Players and Moments in College Basketball” – signed by Dick Vitale