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2015 District 5 Shelby County 4-H Round-up and Clothing and Textiles Contest Results

The District Five 4-H Round-up and Clothing and Textiles contest was held on Saturday, April 25, 2015 at Stephen F. Austin University in Nacogdoches.  We had a record number of 4-H’ers enter in the virtual fishing tournament, photography, fashion storyboard, and duct tape designs contests.


A special thank you to all our 4-H parent volunteers for making this an exceptional experience for the youth of Shelby County.  A special thank you to Ms. Charity Arwine for leading the photography project and to Ms. Alison Scull for leading the fashion project.





Fashion Storyboard

            1st - Junior Division - Wearable – Emilee Elliott

            1st - Junior Division – Jewelry – Sarah Scull

            1st - Intermediate Division - Accessory – Caroline Scull


Duct Tape Designs

            3rd in non-clothing category – Kayleigh Scroggins




                     Caroline Scull, Emilee Elliott, and Sarah Scull






Five individual fishing events were conducted during 2014-2015 with 4-H’ers placing as follows:


Event 1

Event 2

Event 3

Event 4

Event 5

2nd – Seth Samblin

1st – Collin Lloyd

2nd – Trey Smith

1st – Jaxon Brittain

1st – Jaxon Brittain

4th – Jaxon Brittain

2nd – Jaxon Brittain

5th – Collin Lloyd

2nd – Collin Lloyd

2nd – Collin Lloyd

5th – Trey Smith

5th – Seth Shamblin


4th – Lance Holloway



Overall Tournament Results


1st – Jaxon Brittain -  Angler of the Tournament

2nd – Collin Lloyd

4th – Trey Smith

Big Bass – Jaxon Brittain





District Office Favorites


            Lieza Klein – Animals – Domestic

            Seth Shamblin – Nature and Landscape

            Victoria Baker – Plant/Flora


Senior Division


5th in Animals - Wildlife – Victoria Baker

2nd in Catch All – Victoria Baker

5th in Nature and Landscape – Brynna Birdwell

3rd in Night Photography – Victoria Baker

1st in Theme – Victoria Baker


Intermediate Division


3rd in Animals–Domestic – Trey Smith

2nd in Digital Darkroom – Trey Smith

5th in Dominant Color – Trey Smith

1st in Elements of Design – Trey Smith

4th in Marine/Aquatics – Trey Smith

1st in People – Trey Smith

2nd in Storyboard – Trey Smith

5th in Theme – Trey Smith


Junior Division


            2nd in Animals – Domestic – Lieza Klein

            4th in Animals – Wildlife – Michele Gomez

            2nd in Catch All – Liela Klein

            3rd in Catch All – Lieza Klein

            4th in Details and Macro – Michele Gomez

            1st in Nature and Landscape – Seth Shamblin

            2nd in People – Liela Klein

            2nd in Theme – Lieza Klein

            4th in Theme – Michele Gomez


If you would like information on this program or participating in other Shelby County 4-H projects, please contact county extension agents Jheri-Lynn McSwain, M.Ed., M.S., Family and Consumer Sciences at or Lane Dunn, M.S., Agriculture and Natural Resources at or by phone at 936-598-7744.




Educational programs of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service are open to all people without regard to
race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, disability, genetic information or veteran status.  The Texas A&M University System, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the County Commissioners Courts of Texas Cooperating.

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