Escambia 4-H Kids Really Know Their Bugs; Team Places Second In State

February 10, 2018

The Escambia County Junior 4-H Insect ID and Skill-a-Thon team really knows their bugs — the team place second in the recent Florida 4-H Insect-a-Thon contest at the Department of Entomology and Nematology at the University of Florida.

The Skill-a-Thon consisted of insect identification, insect damage matching, a pollinators test, and adult/juvenile insect identification.  In addition to the second place junior team (ages 8-10), intermediate (ages 11-13) and senior (ages 14+) teams from Escambia 4-H also competed.

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One Response to “Escambia 4-H Kids Really Know Their Bugs; Team Places Second In State”

  1. Mary on February 10th, 2018 7:39 am

    Fantastic! 4H is a wonderful program, I loved my years as a 4Her. Good job girls.





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