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4-H Ambassador Spotlight: Hayden Wilson, Crockett County

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Jamie Harris, Extension Specialist

Hayden Wilson is in twelfth grade and has been involved in 4-H since the fourth grade. She is currently the Crockett County 4-H Honor Club Photographer, and the Student Board Social Media Chair. Hayden is active in the 4-H Photography Project and was the Level II State Winner at the 2021 4-H Round Up. She serves as a County 4-H Ambassador and a 4-H Healthy Living Ambassador, as well. She participates on several judging teams, including Horse Bowl-Hippology, Consumer Decision Making, Poultry, Livestock and Horse.

Crockett County agent, Tonya Bain said Hayden was instrumental in securing “4-H Loaded Tea Day” at several nutrition stores in Crockett County during National 4-H Week. She has been working hard with fellow County Ambassadors to plan a 4-H event at the local high school in November, and one at the local middle school in December. She is off to a great start!