From staff reports
A Clarion County team of 4-H members won second place in the Pennsylvania 4-H Science of Agriculture Challenge.
The contest was held June 7-9 at State College. There were nearly 90 teams who competed in the challenge.
The team was made up of Sam Anderson, Briar Kentzel and Emilee Klingler. Each member of the team received a $750 scholarship to be used for further education and/or training beyond high school.
“The program asks youth to showcase their problem solving, public speaking, and entrepreneurial skills all while learning more about local agriculture and career opportunities. This program will have an enormous impact on the growth and development of not only our 4-H youth, but also on our communities through the commonwealth,” Rice said.