Hard work, dedication on display at the Last Chance Stampede and Fair’s 4-H show

Showcasing their hard work and dedication, children and teens proudly displayed their animals this week in Helena during the 4-H show for the Last Chance Stampede and Fair at the Lewis and Clark County Fairgrounds.

“I really feel like being in 4-H helped me in my path to study agriculture in college,” Isabelle Lowry said Thursday.

Isabelle Lowry poses with Francesca Volpe (left) for a photo after winning Grand Champion for her market lamb at Last Chance Stampede and Fair on Thursday.

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After participating in 4-H throughout much of her childhood, this will be Lowry’s last year with the youth organization before heading off to college in Oklahoma to study agriculture.

Lowry had multiple livestock animals to show at the fair, with her market lamb earning her the Grand Champion award. She had planned to show her steers Friday.

Isabelle Lowry, right, poses for a photo with Francesca Volpe, left, and market judge Kaycee Vollmar Thursday after she was awarded Grand Champion for her market

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