State Level I and Level II Citizenship and Leadership Finalists Announced

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Lori Gallimore, Extension Specialist

The following Tennessee 4-H members will compete for state titles in Citizenship and Leadership at the upcoming for 2018 Tennessee State 4-H Congress. These members received the highest in portfolio competition. At 4-H Congress, they will cap off the competition with interviews. Competition takes place on Sunday, March 18. These finalists will also have roles in the updated, 4-H Congress pageant and awards ceremony that will take place later the same evening. On Monday, these out- standing delegates will represent Tennessee 4-H at Ag Day on the Hill.

The finalists are listed below in alphabetical order by county. They are as follows:


2018 Citizenship Level I
Project Achievement State Finalists

  • Jordan Bowling, Anderson County
  • Jana Owen, Lincoln County
  • Analyn Jones, Robertson County
  • Julie Bush, Rutherford County
  • Austin Parker, Sumner County
  • Will Rea, Weakley County

2018 Leadership Level I
Project Achievement State Finalists

  • Laura Grace Jenkins, Hawkins County
  • Cassie Lewis, Lauderdale County
  • Sorrell Martin, Lincoln County
  • Gareth Eller, Robertson County
  • Haley Ferguson, Rutherford County
  • Ethan Hitchcock, Warren County
  • Sierra Rigsby, Williamson County


2018 Citizenship Level II
Project Achievement State Finalists

  • Taylor Bartos, Crockett County
  • Khloe Arwood, Lauderdale County
  • Olivia Browning, Sevier County
  • Marynia Harris, Warren County
  • Kendal Penick, Weakley County
  • Chloe Weaver, Knox County

2018 Leadership Level II
Project Achievement State Finalists

  • Hannah Bernhardt, Putnam County
  • Caroline Brooks, Warren County
  • Tabitha Jenkins, Wilson County
  • Aaron Lay, Monroe County
  • Lydia McCurdy, Knox County
  • Sarah Myers, Crockett County