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Citizenship, Leadership, Public Speaking, Essay Contest and History Bowl Winners Announced at 72nd Annual Tennessee 4-H Congress

Mar 19, 2019


Lori Gallimore, Extension Specialist
Justin Crowe, Extension Specialist
Carmen Burgos, Extension Specialist
Daniel Sarver, Extension Specialist
Dwight Loveday, Associate Professor

Congratulations to the winners of the Citizenship, Leadership, Public Speaking, History Bowl and Essay contests who competed and were selected at the 72nd annual Tennessee 4-H Congress earlier last week! We would also like to recognize and send a big thank you to all of the agents and volunteers who motivated, coached and assisted with speeches, portfolios and interview and extemporaneous speech preparation for all of the finalists! The competition was tough and tight throughout all of the contests! It is our pleasure to announce the winners:

  • Citizenship:
    • Level I:
      • Paige Davenport, Macon County
    • Level II:
      • Marynia Harris, Warren County
      • Jordan Bowling, Anderson County
  • Leadership:
    • Level I:
      • Haylee Ferguson, Rutherford County
    • Level II:
      • Sorrell Martin, Lincoln County
  • Public Speaking:
    • 9thGrade:
      • Thomas Dunn, Wilson County
    • 10thGrade:
      • JuliAnn Jouben, Rhea County
    • 11thGrade:
      • Sorrell Martin, Lincoln County
    • 12thGrade:
      • Grace Harville, Smith County
  • Essay Contest:
    • Isaac Chandler, Anderson County
  • History Bowl:
    • Central Region Team:
      • Jacob Graves, Sumner County
      • Bailey Steger, Putnam County
Winners Announced at 72ndT ennessee 4-H Congress
Isaac Chandler, Anderson County with Ruth Henderson McQueen
Winners Announced at 72ndT ennessee 4-H Congress
Jacob Graves, Sumner County and Bailey Steger, Putnam County with Janet Cluck
Winners Announced at 72ndT ennessee 4-H Congress
Citizenship Winners: Paige Davenport (left) of Macon County (Level I) and Marynia Harris (right) of Warren County (Level II). Chris Flemming, Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation, was the donor representative.
Winners Announced at 72ndT ennessee 4-H Congress
Public Speaking winners: From left to right are Tykey Truett (silver bowl donor); Thomas Dunn of Wilson County, 9th grade winner; Juliann Jouben of Rhea County, 10th grade winner; Sorrell Martin of Lincoln County, 11th grade winner; Grace Harville of Smith County, 12th grade winner; and Chris Flemming, Tennessee Farm Bureau (donor representative).
Winners Announced at 72ndT ennessee 4-H Congress
Leadership winners at the 72nd annual Tennessee 4-H Congress were Haylee Ferguson (right) of Rutherford County (Level I) and Sorrell Martin (left) of Lincoln County (Level II). Chris Flemming, Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation, was the donor representative.
Winners Announced at 72ndT ennessee 4-H Congress
Jordan Bowling of Anderson County was named a Level II winner in Citizenship