NHC 4-H Presentation & Talent Winners 2022

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4-H County Activity Day, Presentations & Talent Show. May 21, 2022.Twelve 4-H youth braved the stage on Saturday, 21 May 2022 as New Hanover County 4-H hosted County Activity Day. Seven youth competed with power point, posters and props on a variety of subjects including kamado dragons, pros & cons of online learning, rabbits, and lemon poppy seed muffins. We are excited to showcase New Hanover County’s talented youth in this year’s 4-H Talent Show during County Activity Day. Talent acts ranged from singing/guitar, key board, cello and violin.

The journey to public speaking success does not stop here. The top presenters from each age division/category and talent winners will advance to districts at the Lenoir Community College on Friday, 24 June 2022.

As part of county activity day, members from the New Hanover County 4-H Advisory Committee, Cooperative Extension Advisory Committee, and 4-H volunteers assisted with judging and recognition of those outstanding 4-H club members and their achievements with their ribbons and certificates as their names were announced.

CONGRATULATIONS! to everyone who participated! The following 4-H members did an outstanding job! New Hanover County 4-H truly has remarkable young people!


Riley Rappold presented on Life of Kamado Dragons (Cloverbud Category)

Owen Baillon presented on The Habitat of Baboons (Open Class: 8-10 yo)

Alexis Wright presented on Healthy Diet of Rabbits (Animal Science: 11-13 yo)

Nathaniel Burris presented on the Pros & Cons of Video Games (Digital Reality: 11-13 yo)

Violetta Baillon presented on Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins (Health Lifestyles: 11-13 yo)

Hannah White presented on Gems/Crystals (Sci Tech: 11-13 yo)

Taylor Grant presented on the Pros & Cons of Online Learning (Digital Reality: 14-18 yo)


Sara Bergstrom & Quinn Brazik will represent New Hanover County 4-H at the District Talent Show Contest. Sara performed a vocal/guitar and Quinn performed on the violin.