The University of Georgia Block and Bridle Club will host its annual Summer Classic Block and Bridle Lamb Show on July 23. The show will be at the Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter in Perry, Ga.
Competition is open to FFA and 4-H students under the age of 19. The deadline for entries is July 15. Direct any questions about the show to Lawton Stewart at (706) 208-9085 or Julia McCann at (706) 542-0976.
Published on 07/10/00
UGA Summer Classic Lamb Show July 23
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