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The Great Comeback: Volume 21, Issue 1
A Place to Call Home, Volume 20 Issue 48
As we gear up for 2021, I hope each of you will enjoy these remaining days of December and focus on the important things in your life. This year has…
2021 Healthy Living Summit
Opportunity for: 4-H Agents and Healthy Living Ambassadors Shelby Brawner, Extension Specialist Use this button below to register. Contact Shelby Brawner for more information.
TN 4-H Member Takes over Social Media for National 4-H Council 12/15/2020
Yusuf Dogan Lbhalla, TN 4-H Member in Williamson County will be doing a #TakeoverTuesday for National 4-H Council on Tuesday, December 15th!
Take Some Time
As we gear up for 2021, I hope each of you will enjoy these remaining days of December and focus on the important things in your life. This year has been tough. We have been “stuck” at home and not able to do the normal activities we are most accustomed to. For me, that’s travel.
2020 HONOR CLUB SUMMARY
Congratulations are in order for all 4-H agents, volunteers and teen leaders who encouraged 4-H’ers to apply for Honor Club membership during this difficult year. A total of 320 4-H’ers were initiated into the Honor Club during the 2020 calendar year.
National 4-H Congress
Each Level II state project winner will receive the trip to National 4-H Congress. National 4-H Congress is an educational, inspirational, fun-filled, comprehensive national leadership forum designed to expose youth…
A Place to Call Home, Volume 20 Issue 47
Former Tennessee 4-H member, Gitanjali Rao, 15 years old, has been named TIME’s first-ever kid of the year. Gitanjali was a member of Williamson County 4-H prior to her move…
Collect Your College Scholarships
Many of our 4-H scholarship recipients are in the process of completing their first semester at college. An email was sent to agents on November 17, 2020, listing all 4-H members who have been awarded scholarships that are yet to be claimed.
Routzahn and Wolters to Represent TN 4-H
Denise Routzahn (Robertson County) and Dee Wolters (Maury County) will represent Tennessee as members of the 2021 Southern Region 4-H Volunteer Advisory Team.