Kathryn Lock poses for a photo with her scrapbook that won grand champion at last year’s Colorado State Fair and a quilt that her grandmother helped her make, which she will be showing at this year’s Logan County Fair. Lock has entered eight projects in this year’s fair. (Callie Jones / Sterling Journal-Advocate)
A strong dedication has helped Kathryn Lock land four grand champion prizes at the Colorado State Fair and she’s hoping her entries in this year’s Logan County Fair will earn her a chance at another state ribbon.
The High Plains 4-H Club member has been involved in 4-H for six years now. When Lock was younger and would go to the fair, she would look at all the projects and with friends involved in 4-H she knew it was something that she wanted to do.
“I like that there’s always something new to try; there’s always new projects to try out,” Lock said when asked why she continues to want to be involved in 4-H.
Over the years she has done just about every family and consumer science project you can think of: foods, cakes, quilting, scrapbooking, home environment, decorate your duds, sewing, photography and visual arts.