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2021-2022 STATE 4-H COUNCIL

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Justin Crowe, Extension Specialist

Congratulations to the newly elected 2021-2022 Tennessee 4-H State Council. This group of high school 4-H members will help guide and plan for the next year of 4-H programming in Tennessee. These young people also serve as the official ambassadors for Tennessee 4-H. We look forward to working with them this next year as they plan for an amazing twelve months.

2021-2022 State Council 
Front row (sitting);
Eleanor Israel, Williamson County, Sr. Representative;
Taylor Cantrell, Dyer County, Sr. Representative;
Jarrett Tubbs, Henderson County, Sr. Representative;
Jim Jenkins, Hawkins County, State Council President;
Isaac Chandler, Anderson County, State Council Vice President;
Leah Kennedy, Williamson County, Sr. Representative;
Kaleb Hanna, Union County, Sr. Representative

Back row (standing)
Jamie Harris, State Specialist, and Advisor;
Julie Crowe, Advisor;
Shelby Calhoun, Madison County, Representative at Large;
Katie Collins, Dickson County, Representative at Large;
Delaney Turner, Macon County, Jr. Representative;
Landon Brock, Loudon County, Jr. Representative;
Mattie Smith, Meigs County, Jr. Representative;
Hadley Brown, Sumner County, Jr. Representative;
Alex Carpenter, Obion County, Jr. Representative;  
Reese Chandler, Weakley County, Jr. Representative;
Anne Eddins, Knox County, All Star Chief;
Grant Mainord, Putnam County, All Star Deputy Chief;
Will Dalton, advisor;
Hannah Tinch, Fentress County, All Star Scribe;
Justin Crowe, State 4-H Director and Advisor. 

2022 Congress Officers

Addie Brooks–Speaker of the House–Claiborne County
Cade Simmons–Governor-Van Buren County
Mason Valentine–Speaker of the Senate–Sevier County