GALLIPOLIS — The Gallia-Jackson-Meigs-Vinton Joint Solid Waste Management District recently recognized the work of local 4-H club members at the Gallia County Junior Fair. The District sponsored trophies won by Linea Scott and Sierra Bowman.
Linea, a member of the Sundance 4-H club, took home first-place honors for her “Finding Your Voice” project. She is entering her first year at Gallia Academy Middle School and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Christian Scott.
Sierra, who is a member of Hope’s Helping Hands 4-H club, won her first-place trophy for her “Exploring Birds” project. Sierra will graduate from Hocking College this December and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bowman.
Cole Hanes, of the Rio Hopefuls 4-H club, and Charlie McGuire, of the County to the Core 4-H club, finished second and third, respectively, in the “Exploring Birds” project category. Both were presented rosettes for their efforts.
The District also gave all four of the winners “GJMV Recycles” T-shirts.
For more information on the GJMV Solid Waste District, visit gjmvrecycle.com.