Tennessee 4-H volunteers were awarded for their dedication to 4-H during the 98th Tennessee 4-H Roundup, July 19-23, 2021 at UT Martin.
Join us via Zoom on August 26 as Scott Reese, Extension Specialist, will teach how to build a fire and cook dinner foil packets and dessert packets. (Note these can be made in the oven as well)
The 2021 Tennessee 4-H Project Achievement Day winners were announced in late July at Tennessee 4-H Roundup and All Star Conference and have been posted on the Tennessee 4-H website. These 4-H’ers competed alongside approximately 150 other 4-H members across the state in e-portfolio competition and then interviews to receive top honors. Level I winners received Horizon awards and the opportunity to receive a $500 college scholarship. Level Ii winners received silver bowls, a trip to National 4-H Congress in November and college scholarships.
he Tennessee 4-H scholarship selection committee has competed their evaluation of applications submitted for 2021. The following 4-H’ers were selected and recognized at the 2021 Tennessee 4-H Roundup and All Star Conference. Scholarships totaling more than $30,000 were awarded.
On Thursday, July 22, 83 Tennessee 4-H’ers were inducted as Vol State members during State 4-H Roundup. This impressive candlelight ceremony honors outstanding members with the highest level of recognition a Tennessee 4-H’er may receive, the Vol State Award.
The online 4-H College Scholarship Program will be used again this year to submit scholarship applications. This program is very easy to use and each section has brief instructions to follow.
This summer from June 7- August 9, there will be a weekly, healthy living challenge to complete. The challenges are open to all 4-H members in 4th-12th grade.
Justin Crowe, 4-H Director and State Program Leader The Tennessee State Fair is just around the corner with less than two weeks until opening at the new location at the…