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Team takes honors in land judging contest
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MONROE The 2008 Southwest Wisconsin Land Judging Contest, cosponsored by the Land Conservation offices of Grant, Green and Lafayette County, was held Friday, Sept. 26 at land owned by Sugar River Crossing, just east of Attica. Participants were the York 4-H club and FFA chapters from Albany, Belleville, Belmont, Black Hawk, Campbellsport, Janesville Craig, Lancaster, Milton, Monroe, Monticello, Mt. Horeb, Potosi, and Shullsburg. A total of 178 youth participated in the contest. The results are as follows: Top Individual, Tom Jenson, Monroe; second, Patrick Johnson, Milton; third, Brett Hefty, Monticello; fourth, Luke Peterson, Monroe; and fifth, Tyler Ritschard, Monticello. Monroe received top team, followed by Monticello, Milton, Lancaster, and Belleville. Roy Rufer dug the pits for the contest. Duane Simonson of the Natural Resources Conservation Service was the official judge. Sugar River Crossing hosted the event.
MONROE - The 2008 Southwest Wisconsin Land Judging Contest, cosponsored by the Land Conservation offices of Grant, Green and Lafayette County, was held Friday, Sept. 26 at land owned by Sugar River Crossing, just east of Attica. Participants were the York 4-H club and FFA chapters from Albany, Belleville, Belmont, Black Hawk, Campbellsport, Janesville Craig, Lancaster, Milton, Monroe, Monticello, Mt. Horeb, Potosi, and Shullsburg.