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Garza County’s 4-H Consumer team placed third in the State 4-H Roundup, a national qualifier for Consumer Decision Making contest, with one member placing in the top 10 individual scores.
The team of Kalli Davis, Kelson Lee, Elizabeth Payton and Trea Peterson brought home the third place award, and Lee placed in the top 10 individually, in the contest that was held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Normally, the team would have attended the State 4-H Roundup held at College Station.
The Consumer Decision Making Contest teaches youth how to compare prices, test for quality and make purchases based on facts and research. It additionally helps youth improve and develop money management skills, purchasing skills and decision-making skills.