For decades, even generations, the Churchill County Junior Livestock Show and Sale has been a showcase of local 4-H and FFA students to present their market and breeding project livestock for decades. In fact, Amanda Allegre remembers a time when she was a young mascot for an event that returns to the Churchill County Fairgrounds today and Saturday. “It is special to see the families come back every year,” said Allegre, community-based instructor/4-H with the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension office. “These are families I grew up and showed with.” For local youth, the show and sale traditionally serves as …
FFA, 4-H youth prepare for junior livestock show
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