Friday, August 09, 2013

4-H Event Sept. 15 will Honor “Best of the Best” from Southwest Missouri and Feature Pie Auction, Cake Wars

Contact: David Burton, county program director
Tel: (417) 881-8909

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- All 4-H alumni from southwest Missouri are invited to the 6th Annual 4-H Alumni Pie Supper and Awards Program, 2 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 15, inside the Center Hall E-plex, at the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds in Springfield.

Sponsored by the Greene County 4-H Foundation, the program includes a pie supper where pies, cakes and cookies are auctioned off to the crowd. All clubs and 4-H supporters are invited to the event and encouraged to bring pies or other auction items.

Cake Wars is a 4-H member cake decorating contest (limited to 12 two-person teams of 4-H members and volunteer leaders from Greene County). The “Cake Wars” will include a cash award for the Greene County 4-H Club with the highest points earned from participating in the pie auction and other events.

A cake decorating contest for county 4-H members will also be held this year with $25 prizes going to the judged and people’s choice division winners.

All 4-H members, leaders, supporters and alumni are invited to attend and bring 4-H pictures, scrapbooks and memories to share with fellow 4-H’ers.

“Best of the Best” awards will be presented to members of 4-H clubs (ages 8 to 18) from southwest Missouri. Two members per county are eligible for this honor and will be recognized at Greene County 4-H Foundation's Alumni Reunion and Pie Supper.

All 4-H members are invited to apply for this special recognition by contacting their county extension center.  County 4-H programs must forward their winning applications to the Greene County 4-H Foundation by Sept. 6.

This event is sponsored by The Greene County 4-H Foundation. For more information, contact Byron Morrison, Greene County 4-H Foundation president by email at or by phone at (417) 840-6822.

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