“Super Heroes” was the theme for 4-H Junior Camp held June 3-6, 2019 at Camp Cedar Crest near Mexico.
Youth ages eight through 11 from Audrain, Pike, Ralls, Clark, Knox, Lewis, Shelby, Scotland and Marion counties took part in the camp.
Counselors for the camp were: Callie Bailey, Lucas Martin, Alli Marshall, Katelyn Lee, Kyle Martin, Evan Meyer, Abbie Waddell, Pike County; Sara Ridout, Eme Ridout, Olivia Lehenbauer, Elijah Edwards, Everett Pangborn, Drew Billups, Keri Schindler, Marion County; Christina Gronefeld, Lauryn Robnett, Lauren Lafferty and Adam McCurdy, Audrain County.
Counselor led workshops included the topics of Robotically Super, Clowning with Jokers, Bee a Super Hero, Spider Web, Artists in a Half Shell, Green Lantern and more.
Campers learned social, cooperation, teambuilding, and leadership skills through these workshops.
The campers also enjoyed swimming and water games.
Campers attending from Marion County were Edward Hulse, Selby Hulse, Montgomery Riedle, Reed Miller, Mackenzie Vanorder, Jared Ridout, Wyatt Tuley, Neo Wilson, Peyton Edwards, Wesley Summers, Landon Beaver, Tanner Beaver, Alyssa Lee, Aiden O’Brien, Janie Triplett, Aubrey Hillman, Kadon Timbrook, Jeremiah Baker, DaViere Holland and Marah Greiman.
Campers attending from Pike County were Daniel Matlock, Alexa Smith, Bradley Doggett, Bristol Doggett, Sophia Hartwig, Macie Turner, Reese Turner, Katie Harness, Lee Becker, Mac Biggs, Emilie Orf, Danika Martin, Dominic Scherder, Aurora Ingram, Lydia Niemeyer, David Perkins, Nathaly Perkins, Bailey Baker, Lillian Baker and Carlyn Lockard.
Campers attending from Ralls County were Makayla McCurdy, Kylie Miller, Slade Keller, Bradyn Powell, Kolton Powell, Khloe Wallace, Weston Allen, Dillon Miller, Landon Pease and Danny Powell.