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Ormstown 4-H hosts swinging square dance competition

Ormstown 4-H hosted its annual square dance competition at the Industrial Building of the Ormstown Fairgrounds on April 27, bringing in teams from Shawville, Lachute, Ormstown, Richmond, and Prescott County. In total, 11 teams participated in either the peewee, junior, or senior division.

Besides the prizes for best teams being handed out, there were also prizes for best junior caller, won by Eloise Thompson from Shawville, and for the first time, best junior musician, won by Ashley Flipsen from Prescott County.

Starting off with peewee, first place was won by the Shawville team, second by the Lachute team. First place for the junior division was given to Ormstown, second to Lachute and third was brought home by Richmond. Finishing off with the senior teams, first place was won by Prescott County Greens, second by Lachute, and Shawville third.

 

The Prescott County Greens took first place in the senior category during the annual square dance competition hosted by Ormstown 4 H on April 27 PHOTO Mackenzie Peddie

 

The prizes for best couple and runner-up couple were also given out. In the peewee division, Laurel Sally and James Stephens from Shawville won runner-up, and Elly Ingalls and Braylie Bullis from the same team won for best peewee couple. Brooklyn Bryson and Preston Mason from Ormstown won best junior couple and Raelynn Sally and Eloise Thompson from Shawville won runner-up, and best couple and runner-up in the senior division was won by Isabelle Harnisch with Jordan Anderson from Preascott County, and Amy Sheppard with McKenna Richardson from Shawville, respectively.

 

The Ormstown junior team won first place in their division during the square dance competition PHOTO Sarah Brisebois

 

Thank you to Ormstown 4-H for hosting and planning, to all who came down to support the event, and to the families who support the teams by driving them to their practices and cheering them on at competitions. Thank you also to the leaders of each team who coached and motivated the young dancers to showcase their talents, the band for their live music, and the judges who had to make the tough decisions.

Congratulations to all teams who dedicated time to practice, drive down and participate this year – we hope to see you again next year!

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