State 4-H Volunteer Adult Leader Recognition


State 4-H Fund and Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Kant


  1. To give deserved recognition to adult 4-H volunteer leaders in Tennessee.
  2. To recognize the importance of adult 4-H volunteers involvement in local and county 4-H program
  3. To provide new learning experiences for adult volunteer leaders.


  1. Nominees must have served five or more years as an active Tennessee 4-H adult volunteer leader.
  2. Nominees must currently be a leader for a 4-H club or project group.
  3. Nominees must have participated in 4-H activities beyond the county level.


  1. Copies of the official application form are available from the state 4-H office.
  2. Each county may submit one nominee’s application form to the regions.
  3. Regions may send two nominees’ application forms to state competition.
  4. Volunteer application forms are due in the state 4-H office at the same time 4-H record books are due for Roundup.


Trip to National 4-H Congress and Charline H. Powell plaque.