2020 Monroe County 4-H Virtual Showcase and Auction

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Exhibitor # Exhibitor Name Entry # Description Ribbon Placing Awards County Club
Educational 76 / Photography / 04: 15-19 years old
163 Anderson, Lilly 777 pixel xl auto cropped Photo of an iris Blue Monroe Ottawa Lake 4-H Servers
43 Grummel, Amy 802 For this picture I used my IPhone. I used auto settings. Blue Monroe Rockin' Ranchers
271 Sweet, Katherine 830 1) rebel t6 2) auto settings Blue Monroe Ottawa Lake 4-H Servers
274 Wiesler, Stephen 850 Used Canon 7D Camera, it was taken using manual settings, I cropped the photo. Blue Monroe Whiteford Workers 4-H Club
Educational 76 / Photography / 05: Master Stockman-Animal photos ONLY
53 Paschalis, Serenity 118 Android phone camera. Auto settings. Cropped. Blue Country Kids 4-H Club
10 O'Brien, Shannon 264 iPhone, auto settings, cropping Blue Monroe Carleton Go-Getters
Educational 76 / Prose Writing / 02: 8-11 years old
14 Wisler, Jacob 66 Blue Monroe Kidd's Club
Educational 76 / Prose Writing / 03: 12-14 years old
13 Wisler, Sara 67 Blue Monroe Kidd's Club
Educational 76 / Prose Writing / 04: 15-19 years old
12 Wisler, Emma 65 Blue Monroe Kidd's Club
271 Sweet, Katherine 837 Blue Monroe Ottawa Lake 4-H Servers
Educational 76 / Puzzles / 01: Cloverbuds 5-7 years old
109 Nielsen, Joslynne 301 Multi-color Monroe Legacy 4-H Club
Educational 76 / Puzzles / 03: 12-14 years old
62 Maciejewski, Michael 428 Blue Monroe Dundee Achievers
Educational 76 / Puzzles / 04: 15-19 years old
60 Maciejewski, Alexis 219 Blue Monroe Dundee Achievers
Educational 76 / Recordkeeping Small Animal / 01: Broilers
74 Aulph, Alana 616 1. 200 or less word essay about your project. What did you learn during the 2020 project? I am Alana Aulph and this is my first year having broiler chickens and entering them in 4-h. For the first 3 weeks that we had the chickens they were in a clear bucket with a heat lamp and we had wood shavings with a little water bottle and feeder. When they started losing their fuzz and growing in more and more white feathers we went and borrowed the cage that can be moved around the yard. As they got bigger I had to give them more food and more water so we went and got them a bigger feeder and bigger water container. I also have added christmas lights to their cage so they eat during the night. Blue Monroe Happytimers
Educational 76 / Recordkeeping Small Animal / 02: All Other Small Animals Rabbits, Poultry, Cavy, Pocket Pets, Dogs, Cats
244 Valentine, Isabelle 857 Blue Monroe
244 Valentine, Isabelle 858 Blue Monroe
251 Valentine Jr, Michael 859 Blue Monroe
251 Valentine Jr, Michael 860 Blue Monroe
Educational 76 / Safety & First Aid / 02: 8-11 years old
58 Aulph, Corinna 131 Blue Monroe Happytimers
Educational 76 / Self-Determined / 02: 8-11 years old
54 Staelgraeve, Cody 241 Blue Monroe Royal Clovers
Educational 76 / Toy Construction / 01: Cloverbuds 5-7 years old
37 Jaskot, Seth 279 Multi-color Monroe Treasure Hunters 4-H Club
109 Nielsen, Joslynne 302 Multi-color Monroe Legacy 4-H Club
177 Gibson, Jaxson 492 Multi-color Monroe Country Kids 4-H Club
Educational 76 / Toy Construction / 02: 8-11 years old
81 Wickenheiser, Elyse 196 Blue Monroe Treasure Hunters 4-H Club
178 Aerts, Boden 526 Blue Monroe Erie Silver Streakers
Educational 76 / Welding & Soldering / 02: 8-11 years old
237 Vines, Samuel 681 Blue Monroe Green Leaf Gang
Fine Arts 62 / Altered Book Art / 02: 8-11 years old
19 Secor, Kate 159 For this project, I found the instructions on lovebookfolding.com. The materials that I used were a ruler, a pencil, scissors, and a hardcover novel measuring about 5.5 by 7.5 inches. I had to fold the pages of the book to four centimeters and seven centimeters. I had to cut to a specific measurement to create the inverted heart shape. Blue Monroe Royal Clovers
Fine Arts 62 / Artificial Flowers (Purchased) / 04: 15-19 years old
240 Albain, Caia 699 I borrowed a 2 foot tall wooden hand built well from my grandmother to hold the flowers. Then I picked out pink and white flowers along with 2 artificial butterfly stands and one strand of yellow flowers. I placed the yellows in the dead center of the well and then started to place pinks around it. I fluffed the flowers and bent the plastic in many ways in order to fill the empty spaces in. I then took white flowers, cut them in half, and ran then along the top of the well. I grabbed a few pink flowers that had fallen off and placed them in the middle of the white flowers on the top. I added in the butterflies on the side and in the front to add some bling to the piece. Blue Krazy Kids
Fine Arts 62 / Ceramics & Plastercraft / 01: Cloverbuds 5-7 years old
109 Nielsen, Joslynne 303 I went with my mom and some friends to the Ceramic Studio in Howell, MI. I picked out a puppy ceramic piece to do. First i wiped the puppy off with a wet cloth. Then I picked out paint so I could make it look like my puppy Phoebe. I started with her body and made it a light brown and tan. I had to paint over it and over it so no white was showing. I made her collar pink because she has a pink collar. I had to keep adding paint where I had mistakes. When I was done i left my puppy there so they could put it in a hot thing called a kiln. Then I picked up my puppy two weeks later. Multi-color Monroe Legacy 4-H Club
Fine Arts 62 / Ceramics & Plastercraft / 04: 15-19 years old
7 Shaw, Kathy 289 1. painted the fairy's skin, dress, wings, and hair. 2. painted the sky underneath the moon 3. painted the moon 4. added 4 layers of gloss to the moon 5. used a cotton ball to paint white clouds on top of the blue sky 6. used a shimmery pink to dry brush the fairy's dress 7. used a clear glitter paint on the fairy's wings 8. used a dark purple to dry brush the fairy's hair 9. painted details in the fairy's face with a toothpick including: whites, iris, and pupils of eyes, lips, eyebrows 10. dry brushed blush on cheeks 11. painted star on fairy's head Blue Monroe Paws-R-Us
Fine Arts 62 / Challenge / 01: Cloverbuds 5-7 years old
37 Jaskot, Seth 69 String Art. First Year Project. I used a piece of wood from my grandma's farm. I chose the star and centered the pattern on the wood. I used five small nails and hammered them into the wood at the points of the star. It was hard to get them all the same height. I picked blue string because it is my favorite color. I tied a knot around one nail to secure the string and then wrapped the string back and forth between the nails to make the star shape. I knotted the string around a nail to finish. I use the project as a paper weight. Multi-color Monroe Treasure Hunters 4-H Club
177 Gibson, Jaxson 491 This is my pumpkin drawing that I did in school made with crayon. I love drawing because it's so much! We started with an black outline of the pumpkin and then I colored it in. After I brought it home, my gigi helped me put it in a frame with a hanger. Multi-color Monroe Country Kids 4-H Club
Fine Arts 62 / Challenge / 02: 8-11 years old
178 Aerts, Boden 600 I used a paint markers to put my design on the mug Then I put it in the oven Blue Monroe Erie Silver Streakers
Fine Arts 62 / Challenge / 03: 12-14 years old
192 Aerts, Stellamia 753 We did this project as club project at one of our meetings. This was a fun and relaxing project to do while socializing with my friends. I first put and “S” vinyl sticker on the mug after I cleaned it with rubbing alcohol. I then used paint markers to apply the dots. After we finished it we baked them in the oven to set the paint. Blue Monroe Erie Silver Streakers
Fine Arts 62 / Christmas Tree Ornaments / 01: Cloverbuds 5-7 years old
70 McLaughlin, Ethan 153 Our club decorated snowman ornaments for our entry for the Museum Festival of Trees 1). Colored Santa's outfit all red. 2). Colored Santa 's boots, hat, and mittens black 3). Once all the black and red colors were dry. I added the white snow glitter accents 4). Colored the Christmas trees with a yellow star at the top Multi-color Legacy 4-H Club
77 Thompson, Margaret (Molly) 180 Materials: Scrap paper Markers Tape Old mason lid Rope 1. Cut paper into circle 2. Colored Santa 3. Taped paper and rope to create an ornament Multi-color Monroe Erie Silver Streakers
37 Jaskot, Seth 214 Christmas Tree Ornament. Third Year Project. I put hot glue on a piece of seaweed and carefully put it near the bottom of the bulb. I filled the clear bulb with orange and black pebbles. I put fishing line through the top of a green fish and pulled the rest up through the top of the bulb. I hot glued it on the top to hold it on place. I placed the top on the bulb and added a hook so it can hang on the tree. Multi-color Monroe Treasure Hunters 4-H Club
124 Freiny, Lukas 320 I chose a snowman as my ornament. I then used markers to color it. I glued a bell and pom pom. and i used glitter for the buttons on his red coat. Multi-color Monroe Legacy 4-H Club
109 Nielsen, Joslynne 480 I got a wood ornament at my fall 4-H club meeting. I colored the ornament with markers and glitter paint. Multi-color Monroe Legacy 4-H Club
Fine Arts 62 / Christmas Tree Ornaments / 02: 8-11 years old
14 Wisler, Jacob 130 Materials: Clear Christmas bulb, bowl of warm water, toothpick and nail polish. I got a bowl of warm water and poured nail polish into it. I dipped a glass ornament into the bowl and moved the ornament around a little. Red Monroe Kidd's Club
68 Gargol, Brooke 151 I choose red and black color theme-to to match our club tree theme for the Monroe Museum Festival of Trees theme. 1). Drew black lines to make a checked pattern and then colored the rest red. 2). Made a red and green plaid pattern scarf 3). Colored the trees and Santa's boot 4). Colored Santa's hat and belt and added the silver glitter to the trim once the red marker was dry 5). Add the pom pom tassel and bell on Santa's mitten 6). The ornament already had a burlap hook-so it is ready to be hung on our family Christmas tree. Blue Monroe Legacy 4-H Club
69 Gargol, Grace 152 Christmas is my favorite holiday and I enjoy decorating the Christmas tree with my family or my club. My 4-H club had an a Christmas Tree entry for the Museum Festival of Trees. I chose my color scheme to match our club tree. 1). Snowman are my favorite winter decoration 2). I made the checked pattern on Santa's coat first with black marker and then colored it red 3). Added the yellow belt on Santa's coat with stars to match the star at the top of the Christmas tree 4). Colored Santa's scarf red, then his hat with black and gray polka dots, added the silver glitter accents 5). Colored Santa's pants boots and then Christmas trees 6). Once everything was dry-I added the pom pom and felt gloves. Blue Monroe Legacy 4-H Club
86 Hoppert, Myah 203 used a clear plastic bulb, then filled it with colorful balls of foam, then painted a small terra cotta pot and glued it to bottom of bulb. I then glued a pop can tab to the pot to look like a dispenser. Blue Monroe Raisinville Wranglers
146 Gibson, Samantha 377 I glued two corks together, put the eyes and nose on with glue. I put ears and antlers on, then the legs and tail, with glue as well. Red Country Kids 4-H Club
Fine Arts 62 / Christmas Tree Ornaments / 03: 12-14 years old
13 Wisler, Sara 129 Materials: Mini terra cotta pot, red paint, small clear Christmas ornament, multi-colored sprinkles, funnel, hot glue and glue gun, pop tab. Procedures: I painted the mini-pot. While it dried, I filled the small glass ornament with multi-colored sprinkles. Then, I hot-glued the lid shut and hot-glued the ornament to the pot that was flipped upside down. Then, I glued a pop tab to the front of the pot. White Monroe Kidd's Club
192 Aerts, Stellamia 631 For my project I made a Christmas ornament that says let it snow. I used a wooden hoop, a iron on vinyl, some plaid fabric, a red ribbon and flocked pine. I started by ironing on the vinyl. Once it was on I then centered the vinyl and fabric in the wooden hoop. Then I cut the fabric short and hot glued the leftover ends to the wood. Once I did that I glued the flocked pine on and cut a piece of ribbon. Lastly I tied the ribbon in a bow and made a loop with the other end, and glued it to the wooden hoop. This project took me about 1 hour. Blue Monroe Erie Silver Streakers
Fine Arts 62 / Christmas Tree Ornaments / 04: 15-19 years old
12 Wisler, Emma 128 Materials: Clear Christmas bulb, bowl of warm water, toothpick and nail polish. Procedure: I put nail polish into a bowl of warm water and mixed the polish around with a toothpick. Then, I put the ornament into the bowl of water and twirled it around slowly. I let the ornament dry before handling it. Blue Monroe Kidd's Club
79 Wickenheiser, Kali 184 Hot glue the seaweed into the bottom of the clear orb. Add whatever color rocks you desire to the bottom. String fish line through a needle, and the fish, and then to the top. Adjust the height of the fish to your liking. Hot glue the string inside the top. Add the hook. Blue Monroe Treasure Hunters 4-H Club
80 Wickenheiser, Makenna 187 1. Hot glue the seaweed. 2. Add rocks to the bottom. 3. String up the fish through the top. 4. Put on top and glue fish string at desired height. Blue Monroe Treasure Hunters 4-H Club
234 Goetz, Sonja 677 I selected a clear glass bulb to use as my ornament. I then used fabric paint in several different colors to decorate it. I squeezed each color into the opening one at a time and let each color dry before rotating the bulb and adding another color. I then added a hanger to my ornament to have it ready to hang on my tree. Blue Monroe Ottawa Lake 4-H Servers