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Posted on: March 3, 2017

[ARCHIVED] Cape May County 4-H Announces 4-H Chopped Winners

The Cape May County 4-H Youth Development Program held the 4-H Chopped! Cooking Contest on February 11, 2017. Three 4-H youth members won awards in the senior division.Photo 1 Senior Contestants Photo

Shown here from left are 4-H junior division judge Sheila Jargowski, senior division judge Ken Morey, 3rd place winner Tessa Wozunk, member of the Milky Ways and Hy-Riders 4-H Clubs; 2nd place winner Kristin Hughes, member of the Milky Ways 4-H Club; 1st place winner Matthew Lashley, member of the Kitchen Phanatics 4-H Club and Gayle Crookston, leader of the Kitchen Phanatics 4-H Club, which sponsors the event.

Special thanks to the Erma Volunteer Fire Company for the generous donation of their kitchen.

Photo 2 Junior Contestants Photo

Eight junior division (4th-8th grade) contestants participated in the recent 4-H Chopped! Cooking Contest. From left to right, front row, are 2nd place winner Kathleen DeGenova, Wranglers 4-H Club; 3rd place winner Kate Pantelione, Wranglers 4-H Club; 1st place winner April Higman, All Paws In 4-H Club; Alexa Anaya, Milky Ways and Scales & Tails 4-H Clubs; Elizabeth Lubberman, Scales & Tails 4-H Club; Gianna Carfagno, Kitchen Phanatics 4-H Club; Ava Kelso, Kitchen Phanatics 4-H Club and Helen Gano, Kitchen Phanatics 4-H Club. Back row, left to right are junior division judge Sheila Jargowski, Kitchen Phanatics Club leader Gayle Crookston and junior division judge Mark Gose. Congratulations to all participants.

For more information about opportunities for youth in 4-H, contact Linda Horner at (609) 465-5115, ext. 605, or visit

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