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4-H Citizenship and Leadership Finalists Announced

Feb 17, 2017


Lori Gallimore, Extension Specialist

State portfolio judging has been completed for the leadership and citizenship project areas. Each finalist will receive a scholarship to Tennessee 4-H Congress, March 19-22. The alternates are listed in rank order, but the finalist are not. If a finalist cannot go to Congress, an alternate will be awarded the trip and the opportunity to compete for the state award. Detailed information about Congress will be coming out to agents and finalists shortly.

Citizenship Level I:

  • Chloe Weaver, Knox County
  • Cassie Lewis, Lauderdale County
  • Sorrell Martin, Lincoln County
  • Olivia Browning, Sevier County
  • Kendal Penick, Weakley County
  • Amber Hiscock, Williamson County

Alternate:

  • Analynn Jones, Robertson County

Leadership Level I:

  • Hannah Freeland, Knox County
  • Maria Hudson, Knox County
  • Hannah Bernhardt, Putnam County
  • Austin Parker, Robertson County
  • Caroline Brooks, Warren County
  • Tabitha Jenkins, Wilson County

Alternates:

  • Nicholas Monday, Anderson County
  • Jordan Bowling, Anderson County

Citizenship Level II:

  • Katelyn Wilson, Crockett County
  • Leah Ransom, Johnson County
  • Preston Waggoner, Loudon County
  • Emily Welte, Putnam County
  • Amber Jones, Robertson County
  • Kassidy Beasley, Sumner County

Alternates:

  • John Goggans, Hamilton County
  • Khloe Arwood, Lauderdale County

Leadership Level II:

  • Sydnee Kalinisan, Crockett County
  • Sarah Myers, Crockett County
  • Kendall Martin, Lincoln County
  • Kathryn Fellhoelter, Loudon County
  • Brooklyn Driver, Macon County
  • Amber Thornton, Sumner County

Alternates:

  • Abigail Herz, Shelby County
  • Caroline Herz, Shelby County