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Hale Master 4-H Families Recognized

Aug 05, 2019


Carmen G. Burgos, Extension Specialist

This year two outstanding families received the prestigious Hale Master Award. The awards were presented Tuesday night at State 4-H Roundup during the Project Achievement Awards Banquet in Knoxville.  The recipients of the award are:

The Browning family, Sevier County
The Browning family, Sevier County From left to right, Mrs. Kathy Clark and her husband Mr. John Clark, Olivia Browning, Dan and Tammie Browning, and Mrs. Sarah Gibson, Olivia’s grand- mother. Mrs. Kathy Clark is Mr. and Mrs. Hale’s granddaughter.
The Shedden family, Knox County
The Shedden family, Knox County From left to right, Mrs. Kathy Clark and her husband Mr. John Clark, Olivia Browning, Dan and Tammie Browning, and Mrs. Sarah Gibson, Olivia’s grand- mother. Mrs. Kathy Clark is Mr. and Mrs. Hale’s granddaughter.

The W.M. and Ruth Hale Tennessee Master 4-H Family recognition honors 4-H families who have shown consistent leadership ability and exceptional participation in all phases of 4-H work. The Hales established an endowment in 1983 to provide funds for the 4-H Hale Master Family recognition.

Congratulations to the Browning family, the Sevier County UT Extension staff, the Shedden family, and the Knox County UT Extension staff!