Nine Livingston Parish 4-H members competed in the 2015 Louisiana State 4-H Records Contest.
The students competed with 4-H members from across the state with their 4-H Record Books for the opportunity to win a variety of prizes and trips, a news release said.
Walker Freshman High School student Luke Seguin was a state winner in the science, engineering and technology mandate program with his Livestock Record Book focused on dairy and poultry projects. He will have the opportunity to attend the National Congress Trip later in the fall.
Megan Mincey, of Denham Springs Freshman High, was first alternate with her Livestock Record Book in science, engineering and technology, which focused on her dairy project.
Josie Purvis, of Holden, was a state winner in the seventh- and eighth-grade achievement contest with her record book, which focused on swine and fashion; she will have the opportunity to attend the Louisiana Educational Trip later in the fall.
Westin Cobb, of North Corbin Junior High, was first alternate with his dairy, fishing and outdoor skills projects; and fifth alternate for the Junior Wildlife Tour with his shooting sports records.
Emma Hutchinson, of Holden School, was the sixth alternate with her dairy and beef projects.
Logan Louviere, of French Settlement Elementary, was a state winner in the Junior Wildlife Tour with his shooting sports records. He will go on a trip to Grand Isle in early August.
Purvis was a blue ribbon winner with her book for the Superintendent’s Award, and Matt Seguin, of Walker High, was first alternate for the Governor’s Award.
Olivia Barnes, of Holden School, and Cassidy Charpentier, of Doyle Junior/Senior High School, also competed with their record books.