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4-H'ers capture district photography awards

By Laura Klinksiek 4H Program Assistant

1.Shay McMullan, senior 4-H member, won Best of Show in Nature & Landscape category with this evocative photo of a cool Hill Country morning.

2.Claire Lewis, senior 4-H member, won the Best of Show Overall Winner, Senior Division at the District 4H Photography Project event with her retro black & white entry in the People category.

3.Logan Dybowski, junior 4-H member, Best of Show Nature & Landscape picture offered an intriguing view of a giant boulder blocking out the sky.

4.Emily Gulley, intermediate 4-H member, won Best of Show in Nature & Landscape with her serene beach scene.

5.Ashlyn Turner, junior 4-H member, won Best of Show in the category for Animals Domestic with her fluffy chicks enjoying their colorful home.

6.Jordan Edwards, junior 4-H member, won Best of Show for her reflective Marine Aquatic shot.

7.Nikki Sandidge, senior 4-H member, won Best of Show in the Theme category at the district 4H photography contest with this black and white holiday shot.

Members of the Bandera County 4-H Photography Project recently competed in the District 4H Photography contest April 27 at Comfort High School.
Bandera had 17 youth photographers who brought home a total of six Best of Show Winners, 18 Blue Ribbons and 32 Red Ribbon Awards and one Overall Best of Show Senior Division Winner.
Participants included Junior Division 4Hers Jordan Edwards, Best of Show, Marine Aquatic category; Ashlyn Turner, Best of Show, Animals Domestic category; Logan Dybowski, Best of Show Nature & Landscape category; Corinne McMullan, Chloe Busby and Ryan Zimmel.
Intermediate Division competitors included Emily Gulley, Best of Show, Nature & Landscape category; Amanda Turner, Claire Busby, Justin Raitz, and Rayni Sandidge. Senior participants were Claire Lewis, Best of Show Winner Senior Division; Nikki Sandidge, Best of Show Theme; Shay McMullan; Best of Show Nature & Landscape; Cassidy Busby, Dana Zavorka, Levi Van Dyne, and Mikalie Lloyd.
To learn more about the Photography Project and Bandera County 4-H Program, please contact the Texas AgriLife Extension Service Bandera County office at 830-796-7755 or visit their website at