Awards for top 4-H welding projects


Braxton Call, a member of Roadrunners 4-H, receiving his first place award for his welding project from Mason County Commissioner Sam Nibert.

Braxton Call, a member of Roadrunners 4-H, receiving his first place award for his welding project from Mason County Commissioner Sam Nibert.


Riley Springston, a member of the Leon Luckies, receiving her second place award for her welding project from Mason County Commissioner Sam Nibert.


Letart Machine sponsored awards for top 4-H welding projects to encourage interest in careers in the machinist trade. In first place, receiving $250 was Braxton Call, a member of Roadrunners 4-H. In second place, receiving $150 was Riley Springston, a member of the Leon Luckies. Mason County Commissioner Sam Nibert presented the winners with their checks.

Braxton Call, a member of Roadrunners 4-H, receiving his first place award for his welding project from Mason County Commissioner Sam Nibert.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2018/08/web1_0810-1-.jpgBraxton Call, a member of Roadrunners 4-H, receiving his first place award for his welding project from Mason County Commissioner Sam Nibert.

Riley Springston, a member of the Leon Luckies, receiving her second place award for her welding project from Mason County Commissioner Sam Nibert.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2018/08/web1_0810-2-.jpgRiley Springston, a member of the Leon Luckies, receiving her second place award for her welding project from Mason County Commissioner Sam Nibert.