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Clark County

April 22, 2013

NEWS AND TRIBUNE BRIEFS — For April 22

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The show will have three classes: Obstacle, pack and showmanship, and each class will be divided in the three age divisions, plus two classes for mini 4-Hers. 

 4-Hers can bring their own llamas/alpacas. If you cannot trailer your own animal, Clark County is willing to provide animals from its herd.

This is a free workshop so 4-Hers “may learn by doing.”

If you are interested in participating in the workshop and show, please contact Marina Traub  at 812-256-2623 or Gina Bast at 812-256-0100 gina.bast1104@gmail.com.  

If you would like more information about the Indiana Fiber and Music Festival, go to www.indianafiberfest.com  

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