The 2019 Archer County Jr. Livestock Show and Home Economics Project Show will kick off on January 4, 2019 at the Archer County Jr. Livestock Show Complex and Archer County Activity Building in Archer City. 4-H, FFA and FCCLA youth will be exhibiting various animal, craft, photography and food entries in a multi- day show format. This annual event is organized by the Archer County Jr. Livestock Show Board Association.

Archer County Jr. Livestock Show Board Officers for the 2019 show include: James Mitchell, President; Todd Herring, Vice President; Mike Gilmore, Secretary; and Will Myers, Treasurer. Various board members from across Archer County volunteer and provide show organization, management and leadership to make this a success each year. FFA advisors, FCCLA sponsors and County Extension agents provide support to youth and families as they work hard to have project ready to exhibit. Over 200 youth from across Archer County will participate.

In next week’s edition of ARCHER COUNTY NEWS a listing of show entries will be released along with a complete 2019 Archer County Jr. Livestock Show schedule. The highlight of this youth exhibition event will be the 2019 Archer County Jr. Livestock Premium Youth Auction Sale set for Saturday evening, 7 p.m. , January 5th. A buyer’s appreciation dinner will be held at the Archer County Activity Building prior to the sale from 5-6:30 p.m. on Saturday evening.

As 2019 arrives make plans to come out and support youth as they show and exhibit their projects. The Archer County Jr. Livestock Show Barn complex has had major remodeling done to enhance this year’s show. So come out and support all of the FFA, 4-H and FCCLA youth. For more information feel free to contact youth advisors or Archer County Jr. Livestock Show Board members.

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