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Local 4-H Rabbit Club members win awards
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Local 4-H member Kat Ellings Thrianta buck and doe won Best of Breed and Best of Opposite Sex during the rabbit and cavy show.

Members of the Kershaw County 4-H Rabbit Club recently won several awards at the Southern Pride Rabbit and Cavy show. In the morning youth show, Ishiyo Dorrill’s Holland Lop buck won second place (first photo), and Omari Dorrill’s blue Mini-Rex doe and male junior chocolate Mini-Rex (second photo) were both judged Best of Variety.  The Dorrill sisters also won second and fourth place respectively for rabbit showmanship in their age class.

In the afternoon youth show, Kat Ellig’s Thrianta buck won Best of Breed, and her Thrianta doe won Best Opposite Sex (third photo).

4-H is a community of young people across America who are learning leadership, citizenship, and life skills.  The South Carolina 4-H Youth Development Program uses a learn-by-doing approach, the involvement of caring adults, and the knowledge and resources of Clemson University and the land grant university system to empower youth to become healthy, productive, and contributing members of society.