4-H horse club does well in state competition
The Dougherty County 4-H Horse Club competed in the 4-H State Horse Show in Perry this past summer. Dougherty County placed in almost every class event that they entered. The class events had as many as 60 riders from all over the state.
The following is a list of all riders and their placement that entered for Dougherty County:
Leigha Goolsby; 8th Senior Equitation
Katlyn Harris; 1st Horse Drawing Contest, 6th Junior Dressage
Sabrina Harris; 1st Saddle Seat Pattern Equitation, 2nd Saddle Seat Equitation on the Rail, 2nd Saddle Seat English Pleasure, 3rd Saddle Seat Showmanship In-Hand and 3rd Place Saddle Seat Division Overall
Abbi Kirkland, participant
Elizabeth Majors; 2nd Senior Dressage, 8th Senior Western Showmanship
Ty Brett Matthews, 3rd Essay Contest
Trellie Padgett; 2nd Senior Equitation, 6th Senior Dressage, 7th Hunter Hack
Haley Sells; 2nd Junior Dressage, 5th Working Hunter Over Fences, 5th Hunter Pleasure, 6th Hunter Equitation Over Fences
Lauren Underwood; 1st Junior Dressage, 7th Pony Working Hunter, 8th Hunter Hack, 9th Pony Jumper, 9th Pony Under Saddle and Hunt Seat Division Sportsmanship Award and Regional Qualifier for Junior Dressage
Area county extension offices are now signing up students for the new school year for all areas of 4-H.
Dawson theatre presents dinner and mysteryevenings
A evening of mystery, murder and mayhem will take place in Dawson on Sept. 23, 24, 30 and Oct. 1.
The fall dinner theatre at the Main Street Theatre in Dawson will present “Charming Charlie’s,” an evening of fun will include a low country boil meal and two drink tickets are included for beer, wine or soft drinks. Tea or water will be provided for the meal.
Check in time is 6:15 to 6:55 p.m. Dinner will begin at 7 p.m., dress is casual. Seats are assigned and groups are welcome.
Contact Rhonda Gordon at (229) 995-5329 for tickets. $35 per person.