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Tennessee 4-H Awards and Recognition Handbook

  1. Membership: The school grade in which the member is enrolled on January 1 of the current calendar year shall determine the division in which the member is eligible to compete with the exception of judging team competition. For determining eligibility for competition:
    1. A junior member should be enrolled in the 4th or 5th grade on January 1 of the current calendar year.
    2. A junior high 4-H member should be enrolled in the 6th, 7th or 8th grade on January 1 of the current calendar year.
    3. A senior 4-H member should be enrolled in the 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade on January 1 of the current calendar year. A Level I senior member shall be enrolled in the 9th or 10th grade and a Level II senior member shall be enrolled in the 11th or 12th grade on January 1 of the current year. (See rule C-1 for age requirements of members competing for National 4-H Congress trips.)
    4. Any 4-H Expanded Nutrition member (EFNEP) who meets the above qualifications is eligible to compete in all 4-H awards program.
    5. 4-H members who are students in an ungraded school or special education class shall determine the division in which they are eligible to compete by the number of years they have attended school (i.e., a member who is in the fourth year of school work on January 1 shall be considered an explorer, etc.)

  2. Termination of 4-H Membership: 4-H membership ceases at the end of the calendar year following the member’s graduation from high school or on the 20th birthday, whichever comes first.

  3. Attendance at National 4-H Congress:
    1. Members competing for a trip to National 4-H Congress must be a Level II member and must have passed their 14th birthday on January 1 of current year.
    2. Tennessee 4-H members can attend National 4-H Congress only one time.
    3. If a project awards program offers an educational scholarship to the Level II state winner, that individual must attend National 4-H Congress to be eligible to receive the award. If the person named as the state Level II winner at Roundup does not attend, then the scholarship will be awarded to the individual representing Tennessee at National 4-H Congress in that project area.

  4. Programs Members May Enter:
    1. The member must be actively enrolled in the 4-H project or activity in which he or she competes.
    2. A member is eligible to receive only one state award that carries a trip to National 4-H Congress. No member is eligible for the first place state award in the same program the second time. No member is eligible for the second place state award the second time in programs providing a scholarship, trip, etc. as the second place award. A Level I member can only be awarded one Herbert College of Agriculture scholarship.
    3. Once a member’s record is submitted for state competition, the individual does not have the privilege of withdrawing from the competition or forfeiting an award in favor of entering another awards program.
    4. A member may win the top award in a division in any state awards program only one time. Exceptions to this rule are the Art and Poster Contest and animal shows.
    5. A 4-H member who is ineligible to receive a state award during the calendar year is also ineligible to receive a county or regional award in that program.
    6. The state 4-H staff shall be responsible for determining the eligibility of members competing for state awards.
    7. A member who has previously attended National 4-H Congress is ineligible to enter any project awards program climaxing at State 4-H Roundup or State 4-H Congress, with the exception of the public speaking contests.

  5. 4-H Educational Scholarship Conditions: (See Scholarship Rules and Regulations, Section VI)

  6. Use of Prize Money: Prize money received by teams or individuals for state trips is for the purpose of making said trip. If the team or individual turns down the award, the money is passed on to the next individual or team in line for the award.
  1. Junior High and Senior Members
    1. Online Portfolio Form
    2. Tennessee 4-H Leadership Profile (F305-A) – for years 2016 and prior
    3. Tennessee 4-H Citizenship Profile (F305-C) – for years 2016 and prior
    4. Looking Ahead and Thinking Back Project Plan Form
    5. 4-H Narrative (Junior High and Senior Level I) or Resume (Senior Level II)
    6. Project Pictures (limited to three pages)
    7. Other Project Records (including up to but not exceeding five, supplemental material pages which may include 4-H Project Record worksheet (F540)
  1. All senior Level I project achievement awards will be based on the member’s achievement record counting 50% and a project interview with a visual counting 50%.
  2. All senior Level II project achievement awards will be based on the member’s achievement record counting 75% and a project interview with a resume counting 25%.
  3. The basis for determining other awards will be listed with the description of that activity in this handbook.
  1. COUNTY JUDGING
    1. Junior High:
      1. County Extension agents will arrange for judging of county portfolios.
      2. County Extension agents will certify the member’s eligibility for regional competition.
      3. A county may submit the number of books determined by the regional office.
    2. Senior:
      1. County Extension agents will arrange for judging of county portfolios.
      2. County Extension agents will certify the member’s eligibility for state competition.
      3. A county may enter three Level I and three Level II portfolios in state competition in each project awards program. These records are to be submitted to the state 4-H office.

  2. REGIONAL JUDGING
    1. Junior High:
      1. Regional supervisors/program leaders will arrange for the judging of regional junior high portfolios.
      2. It is the responsibility of the regional supervisor/program leader to check the portfolios submitted from each county for ELIGIBILITY of each 4-H member.
    2. Senior: Senior project achievement portfolios are not judged on the regional level. All senior portfolios are sent from the county to the state 4-H office.

  3. STATE JUDGING
    1. Junior High: Junior high project achievement portfolios are not judged on the state level.
    2. Senior:
      1. The state 4-H staff will arrange for judging to determine the state winners.
      2. A 4-H portfolio will be considered in only one program by the state judging committee at any one state judging. However, a member may enter portfolios for two projects, but will be eligible to be a finalist in only one project. Members who submit portfolios for two projects must designate a first and second project. The second portfolio will be considered only if the member’s first portfolio is not a state finalist.
      3. Breaking ties – When a tie occurs in any state awards program involving records, the following priorities shall be followed:
        1. Highest portfolio score will be given preference.
        2. If portfolio scores are identical, preference will be given to the member with the highest score on Section III: Leadership Experiences of the portfolio scorecard.
        3. If total portfolio scores and leadership scores are identical, preference will be given to the member with the highest combined score on Section I: Project Completion Experiences and Section II: Project Plan of the portfolio score card.

  1. Honor Club Organization
    1. PURPOSE: The 4-H Honor Club is statewide and was instituted to further 4-H Club work throughout the counties of Tennessee. Its chief purposes are to provide recognition primarily within the county to junior high 4-H Club members who have shown consistent leadership ability, and have been helpful members in their clubs and their communities and to encourage young people to continue their work in 4-H and their service to others.
    2. REQUIREMENTS:
      1. Members must be a junior high or senior 4-H member as of date of initiation.
      2. Members must be enrolled in 4-H junior or teen leadership and serving as a junior or teen leader.
      3. Adult volunteer leaders or advisors to the Honor Club are eligible for recognition upon approval by local Extension agents. Extension agents may submit the name of a volunteer leader to the state 4-H office annually.
    3. MEMBERSHIP:
      1. Membership is open to any qualified junior high or senior member.
      2. Member must complete a Tennessee 4-H Honor Club application form.
      3. A score of 200 points is required before application for membership can be considered.
      4. Recommendations for membership shall be approved by the county Extension agents, then forwarded to the state 4-H office for final approval prior to the recognition ceremony at which time the Honor Club certificates are presented.
      5. Honor Club pins may be purchased from the state 4-H office. Pins should not be ordered until member is approved for membership.

  2. All Star Organization
    1. REQUIREMENTS:
      1. Members must be a senior 4-H member during the current calendar year.
      2. Members must have been approved for Honor Club membership by the state 4-H office.
      3. Refer to the current regional 4-H All Star Constitution for requirements and procedures.
    2. PURPOSE: The All Star organization encourages service to others through both individual and cooperative efforts. This purpose is expressed in the motto of the organization: “Service.” 4-H All Stars shall be expected to make a personal application of the motto.

  3. All Star Don Bowman Project Award (An awards program for county 4-H All Star organizations)
    DONOR: Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation
    1. PURPOSE: To recognize county All Star groups for their most outstanding service project.
    2. RECORDS REQUIRED: Form 591, All Star Service Award Report Form.
    3. AWARDS:
      1. County: Each county All Star organization should report all community service activities on Form 591 and submit the form to the regional office. Only one project may be recorded on each form; however, a county may submit as many forms to the regional office as they would like. Each county group submitting a report to their regional office will receive a certificate of recognition.
      2. Region: Each region will select the most outstanding service project from all their regional entries to submit to state competition. Each regional winner will receive a certificate and a $10 cash award.
      3. State: Winner of the Don Bowman Project Award will be announced at State 4-H All Star Conference. The winning county will receive a plaque and a $50 cash award.

  4. All Star Peggy Davis Service Award (An awards program for county 4-H All Star organizations)
    DONOR: Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation
    1. PURPOSE: To recognize county All Star groups who have completed the most service projects.
    2. RECORDS REQUIRED: Form 591, All Star Service Award Report Form.
    3. AWARDS:
      1. County: Each county All Star organization should report all community service activities on Form 591 and submit the form to the regional office. Only one project may be recorded on each form; however, a county may submit as many forms to the regional office as they would like. Each county group submitting a report to their regional office will receive a certificate of recognition.
      2. Region: Each region will select the county submitting the most service projects from all their regional entries to submit to state competition.  Each regional winner will receive a certificate and a $10 cash award.
      3. State: Winner of the Peggy Davis Service Award will be announced at State 4-H All Star Conference. The county submitting the most entries will receive a plaque and a $50 cash award.
        DONOR: Tennessee 4-H All Stars

  5. All Star 4-H Project Exhibit
    1. PURPOSE: The purpose of the project exhibit is to provide 4-H All Stars an additional opportunity to share accomplishments, ideas, requirements and/or results of special studies or research in their 4-H project with others.
    2. RULES:
      1. Any active 4-H All Star who attends the State 4-H All Star Conference may enter one exhibit in the competition.
      2. Exhibits must be displayed on a 3′ x 3′ tabletop. The area from the tabletop to the floor may also be utilized.
      3. Members are encouraged to make their exhibits “free standing” since it may not be possible for each table to be against a wall.
      4. Exhibits will be scored according to the 4-H educational display score sheet.
    3. AWARDS: A first place plaque will be awarded to the All Star with the highest scoring exhibit. The top five exhibitors will receive a $25 cash award. All exhibits will be classified into blue, red and white award groups.

  6. Vol State Recognition
    1. PURPOSE: To give deserved recognition to 4-H members and others on a statewide basis who have particularly outstanding records in project achievement, leadership and service in 4-H.
    2. REQUIREMENTS:
      1. Members must be an active 4-H member.
      2. Members must have been enrolled in the 11th or 12th school grade on January 1 of the current calendar year.
      3. Members must be an active 4-H All Star.
      4. Members must be in attendance at State 4-H Roundup.
    3. PROCEDURE:
      1. Each county may recommend two members. In addition to these two members, a county may recommend one member or each 100 or major fraction thereof senior 4-H members in the county and one member for each 10 or major fraction thereof active 4-H All Stars in the county.
      2. County UT/TSU Extension agents will indicate during the 4-H Roundup pre-registration all members who are recommended to receive the Vol State Award. $10 per nominee will be submitted to the regional office on the date announced by the regional staff.
      3. Once approved by the regional staff, the names are forwarded to the state 4-H office for final approval.

  7. Junior High 4-H Continuing Service Award
    DONOR: Tennessee 4-H Alumni, Inc.
    1. PURPOSE:
      1. To recognize junior high 4-H members who have made significant contributions in the area of 4-H promotion.
      2. To recognize junior high 4-H members who have shown leadership ability both on an individual basis and with an organized group.
      3. To recognize junior high 4-H members who have participated in activities which are of value to the 4-H member’s family and community.
      4. To recognize junior high 4-H members who have shown consistent personal growth through participation in 4-H activities.
    2. REQUIREMENTS:
      1. Must be a junior high 4-H member.
      2. Must complete a Tennessee 4-H Report Form and submit it to their local Extension agent. In addition, the 4-H member must attach the following information on the report form:
        1. A description of community service projects in which they have participated this year. (This may be as an individual or part of an organized group.)
        2. A written paragraph (or more) stating what contributions 4-H has made to their individual growth and family life.
      3. Members may submit a 4-H achievement record book in lieu of the items listed in number 2-b (above).
    3. PROCEDURE:
      1. Each county may recommend two members. In addition to these two members, a county may recommend one member for each 100 or major fraction thereof junior high 4-H members in the county. This number to be based on the junior high enrollment on July 1 of the current year.
      2. Recommendations for membership shall be approved by the county Extension agents who will forward the names of the recipients to the state 4-H office.
      3. A member may receive this award only one time.
    4. AWARD: Each recipient will receive a Tennessee Junior High 4-H Continuing Service Award certificate.

  8. Alumni Recognition
    DONOR: Tennessee 4-H Alumni, Inc.
    1. RECORD PROCEDURE: Each region may submit records of two alumni for state judging.
    2. AWARDS: Plaque to two state winners.

  9. Master 4-H Family Recognition
    DONOR: William M. and Ruth Hale Endowment Fund
    1. PURPOSE: To give deserved recognition to 4-H families on the county, region and state levels who have shown consistent leadership ability and exceptional participation in all phases of 4-H Club work.
    2. REQUIREMENTS:
      1. A “FAMILY” is defined as all individuals living within one household.
      2. Eligible families must have at least one member actively involved in 4-H activities on the local and county levels. (In such roles as: 4-H member, volunteer leader, donor, etc.)
      3. Eligible families must have been actively involved in 4-H club work for no less than five years, including the current year.
    3. PROCEDURES: The Master 4-H Family application and one letter of recommendation from one county Extension agent from the applicant’s home county must be submitted for each entrant. No family may be recognized two consecutive years on the county level. A family may receive the state recognition only one time.
    4. AWARDS:
      1. County Level: Each county may recognize one family annually, plus one additional family for every 100 volunteer leaders or major portion thereof, as reported on the most recent Annual 4-H Youth Enrollment Report (Found in SUPER reports).
      2. Regional recipients will be selected from applications of county honorees. The number should not exceed one-third the total applications received. Each family recognized will receive a plaque.
      3. State Level: State recipients will be selected from applications of regional nominees. The number selected shall not exceed ten, or no more than one-fifth the total number of applications received. Each family recognized will receive a framed Tennessee Master 4-H Family medallion.

  10. State 4-H Volunteer Adult Leader Recognition
    DONORS: State 4-H Fund and Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Kant
    1. PURPOSES:
      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.
    2. REQUIREMENTS:
      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.
    3. PROCEDURES:
      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.
    4. AWARD: Trip to National 4-H Congress and Charline H. Powell plaque.

GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR 4-H SCHOLARSHIPS

These regulations apply to all scholarships unless indicated otherwise under the specific scholarship.

  1. Scholarships are open to all Tennessee 4-H members regardless of previous awards won.
  2. Recipients must be a Tennessee 4-H member.
  3. Applicants will complete an online Tennessee 4-H college scholarship application and submit it to the state 4-H office using the process indicated. The online application form is available at the Tennessee 4-H Scholarship website.          
  4. Applications are due on the date announced by the county Extension office and must be submitted to the state 4-H office no later than March 1, unless otherwise indicated.
  5. Scholarships will be awarded on January 1, following the successful completion of one quarter or semester of college or schoolwork. Successful completion is defined as a minimum of a 2.0 grade point average on a 4.0 grading system.
  6. Selection of the scholarship recipients (unless otherwise stipulated) will be made by a scholarship selection committee.
  7. The value of scholarships funded by an endowment will be determined annually according to the availability of funds.
  8. Recipients will be announced before State 4-H Roundup.
  1. African American Scholarship
    DONOR: African American Extension Staff Members
    1. Open only to African American 4-H members.
    2. Applicant must have been accepted at any college, university, technical or trade school in any field or major. Application may be made prior to the student’s freshman year in college or any following year of college work.
    3. Scholarship will be awarded prior to the beginning of the quarter or semester of college or schoolwork.
    4. Scholarship criteria:
      1. Financial need – 40%
      2. 4-H experiences, including leadership and citizenship – 30%
      3. Other activities (community involvement, school, etc.) – 20%
      4. Academic achievement – 10%

  2. Alpha Gamma Rho 4-H Agricultural Scholarship
    DONOR:
    UTK Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity
    1. Applicant must have been accepted as a freshman in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
    2. Scholarship criteria:
      1. 4-H agricultural projects and activities – 50%
      2. Academic achievement – 30%
      3. Financial need – 20%

  3. Alan Peace Memorial Scholarship
    DONOR: An endowment established by friends and relatives in memory of Alan Peace.
    1. Limited to 4-H members in Cannon, Clay, Cumberland, DeKalb, Fentress, Jackson, Macon, Morgan, Overton, Pickett, Putnam, Scott, Smith, Trousdale and White counties.
    2. Applicants must have been accepted at any college, university, technical or trade school in any field of study.
    3. Scholarship criteria:
      1. Experiences in 4-H projects – 40%
      2. Financial need – 30%
      3. Academic achievement – 30%
    4. Applications are to be submitted to the state 4-H office no later than March 1 of the current year.

  4. Arthur Wells Memorial Scholarship
    DONOR:
    Family and friends in memory of Arthur Wells.​ ​
    1. Open to Western Region 4-H members, who have been accepted as a freshman at any college, university, technical or trade school in any field of study.
    2. Applicants must be actively involved in citizenship activities and projects.
    3. Scholarship will be awarded on the basis of experiences and accomplishments in:
      1. Citizenship projects and activities – 60%
      2. Community improvement projects – 20%
      3. Academic achievement- 20%

  5. Charline Hamilton Powell Scholarship
    DONOR: An endowment fund established by friends and relatives in memory of Charline Hamilton Powell.
    1. Applicant must have been accepted for admission at any college, university, technical or trade school in any field of study.
    2. Application may be made prior to the student’s freshman or sophomore year in school.
    3. Scholarship will be awarded on the basis of experiences and accomplishments in:
      1. 4-H sheep project – 40%
      2. Other 4-H experiences, including leadership and citizenship – 30%
      3. Academic achievement – 20%
      4. Other activities (community involvement, school, church, etc.) – 10%

  6. Earl M. Knepp Agricultural Scholarship
    DONOR:
    An endowment fund established by friends and relatives in memory of Earl M. Knepp.
    1. Applicant must have been accepted for admission at any college, university, technical or trade school in any field of study.
    2. Scholarship criteria:
      1. Dairy and/or agricultural engineering 4-H projects – 40%
      2. Leadership and citizenship – 30%
      3. Academic achievement – 20%
      4. Other activities (community involvement, school, church, etc.) – 10%

  7. Farm Credit Services of Mid-America Scholarship – will not be available in 2019
    DONOR: Farm Credit Services of Mid-America
    1. Applicants must have been accepted as a freshman or be currently enrolled as a student in good standing at any college, university, technical or trade school in any field of study.
    2. Preference will be given to incoming freshman applicants.
    3. Scholarship  criteria:
      1. Experiences and achievement in the applicant’s main 4-H project – 40%
      2. 4-H leadership and citizenship experiences – 30%
      3. Academic achievement – 20%
      4. Financial need – 10%

  8. FarmHouse Agricultural Scholarship
    DONOR:
    The University of Tennessee FarmHouse Fraternity
    1. Applicants must have been accepted as a freshman in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
    2. Selection of the recipient will be made by a committee appointed by the University of Tennessee FarmHouse Fraternity.
    3. Scholarship will be awarded on the basis of the youth’s experiences in:
      1. Agricultural projects and activities – 50%
      2. Academic achievement – 30%
      3. Financial need – 20%

  9. Gilbert N. Rhodes Agricultural Scholarship
    DONOR:
    Endowment fund established by friends and relatives in memory of Gilbert N. Rhodes. ​
    1. Applicant must have been accepted by, or currently be a student in good standing in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville or an agriculture major in the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences at the University of Tennessee, Martin.
    2. Scholarship criteria:
      1. 4-H plant and soil projects – 40%
      2. Other 4-H experiences (including citizenship and leadership) – 30%
      3. Academic achievement – 20%
      4. Other community activities – 10%

  10. G.L. Herrington Agricultural Scholarship
    DONOR:
    A fund established from the state 4-H club account in memory of G. L. Herrington, State 4-H Club Leader, 1919-1947.
    1. Must have been accepted by the University of Tennessee, Knoxville for admission as a freshman in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources.
    2. Applicants will be high school seniors at the time of application.
    3. Applications are due in the state 4-H office no later than March 1.
    4. Scholarship criteria:
      1. 4-H record – 40%
      2. Financial need – 30%
      3. Academic scholarship – 30%
    5. Selection of the recipient will be made by the scholarship committee of the University of Tennessee College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, based upon recommendations of a committee appointed annually by the dean of UT Extension.
    6. The scholarship will be paid in equal amounts for two semesters. Payments are to be withheld if the recipient fails to do creditable work.
    7. The recipient will receive a scholarship to attend State 4-H Roundup.

  11. Harold Robbins Agricultural Scholarship
    DONOR:
    An endowment fund established by friends in memory of Harold C. Robbins.
    1. Applicant must have a farm background.
    2. Must have been accepted by or currently be a student in good standing at the University of Tennessee College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources.
    3. Preference will be given to residents of Rhea, Pickett, Overton and Fentress counties (in descending order), and to applicants who have not received this scholarship. If further consideration is necessary, members from other Tennessee counties will be considered.
    4. Scholarship criteria:
      1. 4-H activities – 40%
      2. Financial need – 30%
      3. Academic achievement – 30%

  12. ​Hamilton-Brown Scholarship
    DONOR:
    A fund established by friends in memory of Frank Brown and Mary Frances Hamilton.
    1. Limited to 4-H’ers from Bledsoe, Bradley, Coffee, Franklin, Grundy, Hamilton, Marion, McMinn, Meigs, Monroe, Moore, Polk, Rhea, Sequatchie, VanBuren and Warren counties.
    2. Must have been accepted at any college, university, technical or trade school in any field of study.
    3. Scholarship criteria:
      1. Experiences in 4-H projects – 40%
      2. Financial need – 30%
      3. Academic achievement – 30%

  13. Lovelace-McKinney Scholarship
    DONOR:
    A fund established by the estate of Inez Lovelace
    1. Must have been accepted as a freshman at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Martin, or Chattanooga and must pursue a major in Human Ecology/Human Environmental Sciences or Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources.
    2. Preference shall be given to 4-H members who are interested in a career with Extension.
    3. Scholarship criteria:
      1. 4-H experiences – 40%
      2. Academic achievement – 30%
      3. Financial need – 30%
    4. he recipient will receive a $3,000 scholarship to be paid in equal amounts for two semesters. The scholarship is renewable for three additional years if recipient maintains a 3.0 grade point average.

  14. Mary Basinger Elliott Memorial Scholarship
    DONOR:
    A fund established by John Basinger, Iris Mustapick and Steve Wilson in memory of Mary Basinger Elliott.
    1. Must have been accepted at any college, university, technical or trade school in any field or major.
    2. Limited to 4-H members from Cannon, Rutherford and McMinn counties.
    3. Applicants must be a Tennessee 4-H member and graduating high school senior.
    4. Scholarship criteria:
      1. 4-H experiences – 40%
      2. Academic achievement – 30%
      3. Financial need – 30%

  15. Mary Stanfill Family and Consumer Sciences Scholarship
    DONOR:
    An endowment fund established by friends in memory of Mary Stanfill.
    1. Applicant must have been accepted as a freshman or currently enrolled as a student in good standing at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Martin, or Chattanooga in Family and Consumer Sciences.
    2. Preference will be given to members from Bledsoe, Bradley, Coffee, Franklin, Grundy, Hamilton, Marion, McMinn, Meigs, Monroe, Moore, Polk, Rhea, Sequatchie, VanBuren and Warren counties. If further consideration is necessary, members from other Tennessee counties will be considered.
    3. Scholarship criteria:
      1. 4-H family and consumer sciences projects – 40%
      2. Financial need – 30%
      3. Academic achievement – 30%

  16. Mary Stanfill Memorial Scholarship
    DONOR:
    A fund established by the estate of Mary Stanfill.
    1. Applicant must have been accepted as a freshman or currently enrolled as a student in good standing at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Martin, or Chattanooga in Family and Consumer Sciences.
    2. Scholarship criteria:
      1. 4-H family and consumer sciences projects – 40%
      2. Financial need – 30%
      3. Academic achievement – 30%

  17. Richard Shadden Memorial Scholarship
    DONOR:
    A fund established by friends in memory of Richard Shadden.
    1. Applicant must have been accepted as a freshman at any college/university.
    2. Open to 4-H members from the “Upper Eight” counties of the Eastern Region with preference given first to members from Washington County and second to members from Carter, Greene, Hancock, Johnson, Sullivan and Unicoi counties.
    3. The scholarship awardee will not be the recipient of any other scholarship benefit.
    4. Scholarship will be awarded on the basis of:
      1. Member’s 4-H record – 40%
      2. Financial need – 30%
      3. Academic achievement – 30%

  18. Stephen McNeil Memorial Scholarship
    DONOR:
    The family of Steve McNeil
    1. Applicant must have been accepted as a freshman at any college/university.
    2. Scholarship criteria is on the basis of experiences and accomplishments in:
      1. 4-H animal science projects (horse, beef, dairy, goat, poultry, swine) – 40%
      2. Other 4-H experiences (including leadership and citizenship) – 30%
      3. Academic achievement – 15%
      4. Other activities (community involvement, school, church) – 15%

  19. TEAFSC Family and Consumer Sciences Scholarship
    DONOR:
    Tennessee Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences
    1. Applicant must have been accepted as a freshman at any college/university and plan to major in family and consumer sciences.
    2. Scholarship criteria is on the basis of experiences and accomplishments in:
      1. Family and consumer sciences programs (4-H and other) – 30%
      2. Other activities (community, school, church, etc.) – 10%
      3. Financial need – 20%
      4. Career aspirations – 10%
      5. Academic achievement – 30%

  20. TFGA Mary B. Cooper Scholarship
    DONOR:
    The TFGA Mary B. Cooper Honorary Scholarship Endowment Fund established by the Tennessee Feed and Grain Association (TFGA) in honor of Mary B. Cooper. Mrs. Cooper is the retired executive secretary of TFGA.
    1. Applicant must have been accepted for admission at any accredited college, university technical or trade school.
    2. Preference will be given to applicants pursuing a career in agriculture or ag related fields.
    3. Scholarship criteria:
      1. 4-H experience with emphasis on leadership and citizenship – 30%
      2. Must have a  GPA of 3.0 or more preferred) – 30%
      3. Community, school and/or church involvement – 20%
      4. Financial need – 20%
    4. The recipient will receive a one-time scholarship of $500 or more subject to availability of funds.

  21. Tennessee Farm Bureau Health Plans Nursing Scholarship
    DONOR:
    Tennessee Farm Bureau Health Plans
    1. Open only to Tennessee 4-H members pursuing a degree or certification in nursing.
    2. Applicants must have been accepted at any college, university, technical or trade school in the field of nursing. Application may be made prior to the student’s first year in post-secondary education in the pursuit of a nursing degree/certification. Scholarship is for $1,250; up to eight (8) scholarships are available per year. Recipients may reapply a second time.
    3. Scholarship criteria:
      1. Resident of a rural community – 10%
      2. Leadership and citizenship – 10%
      3. Academic achievement – 20%
      4. Financial need – 50%
      5. Other activities (community involvement, school, church, etc.) – 10%

  22. Troy and Susie Johnson Scholarship
    DONOR:
    An endowment fund established by Rita Johnson Casey in memory of her parents.
    1. Open to Western Region 4-H members with preference given first to members from Chester County and second to members from McNairy County and third to members from other Western Region counties.
    2. Must have been accepted at any college, university, technical or trade school in any field of study.
    3. Members may apply prior to their first or second year of college.
    4. Scholarship criteria is on the basis of experiences and accomplishments in:
      1. 4-H projects and activities – 40%
      2. Leadership and citizenship – 30%
      3. Academic achievement – 20%
      4. Other activities (community involvement, school, church, etc.) – 10%

  23. UTK Collegiate 4-H Scholarship
    DONOR: University of Tennessee, Knoxville Collegiate 4-H
    1. Applicant must have been accepted as a student at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
    2. Preference will be given to applicants planning to enroll in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources.
    3. Scholarship criteria:
      1. Member’s 4-H record – 50%
      2. Financial need – 30% ​
      3. Academic achievement – 20%

  24. W.B. and Imogene Kyker Agricultural Scholarship
    DONOR: W.B. and Imogene Kyker Endowment Fund
    1. Applicant must have been accepted as a student at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville or the University of Tennessee at Martin in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources or the School of Agriculture.
    2. Application may be made prior to the freshman or sophomore year.
    3. Preference will be given to freshmen and residents of Blount and Sevier counties. If additional consideration is needed, upper classmen and residents of other Tennessee counties will be eligible.
    4. Scholarship criteria:
      1. Member’s 4-H record – 40%
      2. Financial need – 30%
      3. Academic achievement – 30%

  1. State 4-H Junior High Academic Conference
    SPONSORS: Ezell/Purity Endowment; Greever Memorial Fund; Stanfill Memorial Fund; Tennessee Foundation, Inc.; Tennessee Farmers Cooperative; Tennessee Pork Producers Association; the University of Tennessee AgResearch; the University of Tennessee College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources; the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine; the University of Tennessee Department of Forestry, Wildlife and Fisheries; the University of Tennessee Extension; and the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture
    1. PURPOSES:
      1. To recognize outstanding 4-H members and leaders.
      2. To provide academic training related to the participants’ 4-H project areas.
      3. To offer special opportunities for career exploration in agriculture and home economics.
      4. To meet other 4-H members with similar interests.
      5. To experience campus life and facilities at The University of Tennessee first hand.
      6. To become acquainted with university scientists and specialists.
    2. ATTENDANCE:
      1. Any junior high member enrolled in 4-H projects relating to one of the following 12 interest areas is eligible to complete an application form to attend Academic Conference: beef, citizenship, companion animals (cat or dog), consumer education, dairy, dairy foods/food nutrition, dog, forestry, garden/home horticulture, horse, line and design, meat goat, poultry, sheep, swine, veterinary science or wildlife/fisheries.
      2. A total of ten delegates in each project will be selected to attend based on an application form available from the county Extension office. (Each of the three regions will select three delegates per interest area.The other delegate per interest area will be selected from the remaining applications and will be the one scoring highest on the application form.)
      3. One volunteer leader per region may attend. The leader is to be selected based on an application form.
      4. A member may attend this conference only one time in a particular project.
      5. Selected state 4-H council members and Extension personnel will attend to assist with the program.

  2. State 4-H Congress – Tennessee State 4-H Congress is composed of outstanding senior 4-H members, their volunteer leaders and Extension agents, brought together on a statewide basis for three days in the state capital. The Congress is organized in somewhat the same manner as our state legislature. Time is devoted to learning more about our state government and how each person may serve as a loyal citizen through 4-H.
    SPONSORS: The Tennessee 4-H Foundation, Inc. and the University of Tennessee Extension
    1. PURPOSES:
      1. To recognize outstanding 4-H members and leaders from all Tennessee counties.
      2. To provide new opportunities for 4-H members and leaders to develop a better understanding of citizenship and see how it relates to daily living.
      3. To offer new and stimulating leadership experiences for 4-H’ers and leaders on a statewide basis.
      4. To provide the opportunity for 4-H members and leaders to learn how their state government functions.
      5. To encourage 4-H members and leaders to assume and continue leadership roles in their communities.
      6. To provide opportunities for 4-H members to develop a greater appreciation of the history and heritage of Tennessee.
    2. ATTENDANCE:
      1. Two senators who are senior members in the 9th or 10th grade may attend from each county.
      2. Each county’s quota of representatives shall be determined as follows:
      3. The actual Congress attendance for the last four years of each county will be averaged and the average number is the quota for the county.
      4. Regional staff may determine if the quota needs to be adjusted.
    3. ELECTION OF OFFICERS:
      1. Congress Governor, Speaker of the Senate and Speaker of the House will be elected.
      2. All official congress delegates are eligible to seek an office provided they have been approved by the state 4-H office for membership in the Tennessee 4-H Honor Club at least one week prior to the opening of Congress.

  3. State 4-H Electric Camp
    SPONSORS: The Tennessee Electric Cooperative Association and its statewide members; the University of Tennessee Extension; municipal power systems from across the state; and TVA
    1. PURPOSES:
      1. To offer opportunities for career exploration in energy, electricity and basic sciences.
      2. To provide young people with an academic and fun environment for meaningful learning.
      3. To provide opportunities to meet other 4-H members from across the state.
      4. To experience the joy of learning through hands-on activities.
    2. ATTENDANCE:
      1. 4-H members who were in the 6th or 7th school grades on January 1 of the current year are eligible to attend State 4-H Electric Camp, that is held on the campus of The University of Tennessee-Knoxville.
      2. It is desirable for participants to be enrolled in the 4-H electric project, but it is not a requirement.
      3. A member may repeat their participation in State 4-H Electric Camp.
      4. Each county Extension office will have the details about travel, costs, etc.
      5. Each region may send two volunteer leaders to the camp.

  4. State 4-H Roundup and All Star Conference
    SPONSORS: The University of Tennessee Extension and 4-H awards donors
    1. PURPOSES:
      1. To become better acquainted with their state university and career opportunities The University of Tennessee offers.
      2. To become more familiar with new research-verified principles in agriculture, home economics and related fields.
      3. To help senior 4-H members receive due recognition for their outstanding project work and leadership accomplishments.
      4. To provide senior 4-H members satisfying civic and social experiences based on their needs and interests.
    2. ATTENDANCE:
      1. State 4-H Roundup is for senior 4-H members, volunteer leaders and Extension agents.
      2. One week in July is set aside for this state meeting held on a University of Tennessee campus.
      3. Senior members shall qualify to attend. Roundup qualification will be based on either being a state project finalist or being a Tennessee 4-H All Star. All project finalists will receive a scholarship to defray most of the cost of attending 4-H Roundup.
      4. The state winner of the G. L. Herrington Agricultural Scholarship is eligible to attend Roundup on a scholarship.
      5. The current state winners in citizenship and leadership, all active 4-H All Stars and current 4-H members who have previously attended National 4-H Congress as project winners may attend Roundup at their own expense.
      6. Each county with one or more official delegates may register free at least one currently active adult volunteer leader. If the county has more than eight delegates attending, one leader may be registered free for each eight 4-H club members or major fraction thereof.
      7. State 4-H Roundup council members and State 4-H Committee of Volunteer Leaders may register free.
      8. Designated Extension personnel will attend and assist with Roundup.
    3. PROJECTS CLIMAXING AT ROUNDUP:
      1. If a state finalist in a project is not able to attend Roundup, the highest ranking alternate will be awarded the scholarship and privilege of competing for the state award.
      2. 4-H records will count 75% and a project interview 25% for all Level II awards. Records will count 50% and a project interview using a visual will count 50% for all Level I awards. Project awards at Roundup are based on the total score received on record and interview.
      3. Members who participate in a project interview will be expected to describe the scope, progress and highlights of the project and to answer questions on subject matter covered in project manuals. Level I participants should use one visual when explaining the scope, highlights and progress of their project. (The visual may be a poster, chart, photograph or item the member has produced, constructed or made as part of the project. A series of photographs is acceptable if mounted on a poster. The visual should be small enough to be displayed on top of a table.)

  5. State 4-H Sheep Conference
    SPONSORS: Tennessee Sheep Producers Association and the University of Tennessee Extension
    1. PURPOSES:
      1. To help 4-H members and their parents learn more about the 4-H sheep project and activities.
      2. To provide 4-H members the opportunity to learn through fun hands-on activities.
      3. To help 4-H members to learn techniques and skills related to the sheep project through group cooperative activities.
      4. To provide recognition to members for participation.
    2. ATTENDANCE:
      1. All 4-H members are eligible to attend.
      2. It is desirable for participants to be enrolled in the 4-H sheep project, but it is not a requirement.
      3. At least one parent from each family should attend with their 4-H member(s).
      4. Each county Extension office will have the details about costs, date, etc.

  6. State 4-H Target Smart Camp
    SPONSORS: Civilian Marksmanship Program, Tennessee Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation, and the University of Tennessee Extension
    1. PURPOSES:
      1. To help 4-H members develop firearms safety, correct form, responsible use and life skills.
      2. To help 4-H members and volunteer leaders have a camping adventure located in a natural environment of a 4-H center.
      3. To help 4-H members and volunteer leaders have an opportunity to make new friends, experience adventure and accept responsibility for group living in a camp setting.
    2. ATTENDANCE:
      1. Any 4-H member, 5-9 grade, who is an active member of a county shooting sports program or who has had some shooting sports training is eligible to attend the camp.
      2. Each region may send one volunteer adult leader for each eight campers.
      3. Additional information about date, cost, etc. will be available from the county Extension office.

  7. State Volunteer Leader Forum
    SPONSORS: the University of Tennessee Extension
    1. PURPOSES:
      1. To recognize the importance of 4-H adult volunteer leaders.
      2. To provide training about the over-all 4-H program, including 4-H opportunities.
      3. To increase the self-confidence and expertise of volunteer leaders in working with 4-H members, agents, parents and other volunteers.
      4. To increase the motivation and enthusiasm of 4-H volunteer leaders.
      5. To develop skills to enhance the 4-H program in each county.
      6. To provide leadership opportunities for adult volunteer leaders.
    2. ATTENDANCE: All volunteer leaders in the state may attend. (Details about location, cost, etc. will be available in each county Extension office.)
  1. Citizenship
    DONORS: Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation (State Finalists and Trip to National 4-H Congress); Ieula Lee Endowment Fund (Silver Bowls); and Albert Gore, Sr. Memorial Endowment Fund (Scholarship)
    1. SUGGESTED PROJECT RECORDS: Records should document the information presented in the project profile (Section A). Include record forms which may have been developed to track project efforts; Tennessee 4-H Project Record Worksheet (F540); reports of studies, experiments, etc.; news articles written by the member which relate to the project; and other relevant items.
    2. AWARDS:
      1. County:
        1. Junior High: Counties may submit 7th grade and 8th grade records for regional judging (the number of records to be determined by the region).
        2. Senior: Counties may submit three Level I and three Level II portfolios for state competition. Twelve finalists (six Level I and six Level II) will receive scholarships to State 4-H Congress. Sweaters will be provided to those who have not attended 4-H Congress previously.
      2. State:
        1. Senior (Level II)
          State winner: Trip to National 4-H Congress, engraved silver bowl presented in memory of Ieula Lee and a $1,000 educational scholarship
        2. Senior (Level I)
          State winner: Tennessee 4-H Foundation Horizon Award, an opportunity for a college scholarship and an engraved silver bowl presented in memory of Ieula Lee

  2. Congress Essay Contest
    DONORS: Jenny Yeary (backpack and cinch bags) and Former University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture Workers Association (cash award)
    1. RULES:
      1. Each delegate to Tennessee 4-H Congress will prepare an essay of no more than 500 words on the Congress theme.
      2. Each region will submit one essay for state competition. The state winner will be chosen from the three regional winners.
      3. Each essay will be judged on the following scale:
        1. Subject matter contest – 50 points
        2. Grammatical composition – 30 points
        3. Originality-creativity – 15 points
        4. Neatness – 5 points
    2. AWARDS:
      1. Regional winners: 4-H cinch bag and a $25 cash award.
      2. State winner: Backpack

  3. Leadership *
    DONORS: Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation (State Finalists and Trip to National 4-H Congress); Ieula Lee Endowment Fund (Silver Bowl); and Albert Gore, Sr. Memorial Endowment Fund (Scholarship)
    1. SUGGESTED PROJECT RECORDS: Records should document the information presented in the project profile (Section A). Include record forms which may have been developed to track project efforts; Tennessee 4-H Project Record Worksheet (F540); reports of studies, experiments, etc.; news articles written by the member which relate to the project; and other relevant items.
    2. AWARDS:
      1. County:
        1. Junior High: Counties may submit 7th grade and 8th grade records for regional judging (the number of records to be determined by the region).
        2. Senior: Counties may submit three Level I and three Level II portfolios for state competition. Twelve finalists (six Level I and six Level II) will receive scholarships to attend State 4-H Congress. Sweaters will be provided to those who have not attended a 4-H Congress previously.
      2. State:
        1. Senior (Level II)
          State winner: Trip to National 4-H Congress, engraved silver bowl presented in memory of Ieula Lee and a $1,000 educational scholarship
        2. Senior (Level I)
          State winner: Tennessee 4-H Foundation Horizon Award, an opportunity for a college scholarship and an engraved silver bowl presented in memory of Ieula Lee
  4. 4-H Poster Art Contest
    DONOR: Former University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture Workers Association (FUTIAWA)
    1. JUDGING PROCEDURES: Each region may submit up to ten (10) entries in the state contest.
    2. RULES:
      1. A  4-H member, a club or team of members may make a poster.
      2. Posters must be horizontal.
      3. Posters must be 14 x 22 inches.
      4. Name, address, county and age of the 4-H member(s) should be clearly written on the back of each poster.
      5. 4-H is to be the topic for the poster.
      6. Well known cartoon figures cannot be used because they are copyrighted – such as Marvel Super Heroes, Disney characters, Ninja Turtles, Lego characters, Pokémon characters, etc.
      7. Three dimensional objects or materials, which extend 1/8 inch or more above the surface of the poste, may not be used.
      8. If the 4-H Emblem is used on the poster, do not place text or other images over or on top of it. The 4-H Emblem should not appear screened under words or graphics. No photo, drawing, symbol, word or other figure or object maybe be placed on or obscure the 4-H Emblem.
    3. AWARDS: A rosette and a $25 cash award for each of the 10 state winning posters.

  5. Public Speaking Contest *
    DONORS: Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation (Regional Awards); Henry County Extension Staff (State Awards); Lute Truett Memorial Fund (Silver Bowl); friends and family in memory of Lorna Norwood (college scholarship for 11th grade winner); and family of Leon Foster (college scholarship for 12th grade winner)
    1. JUDGING PROCEDURES:
      1. Junior and Junior High Divisions:
        1. There will be a separate division for each grade.
        2. Members will give a prepared speech not to exceed seven minutes in length.
        3. The speech will count 100% percent of the score.
        4. For each 30 seconds the speaker exceeds the seven minute time limit, one point will be deducted from the score. Five points will be deducted if the speech is under two minutes in length.
        5. Junior high members may also participate in the leadership or citizenship project awards program.
        6. ​Procedure for breaking ties:  If a tie exists between individuals, the combined scores (well organized, information, good introduction and conclusion) will break the tie(s). If still tied, the combined speaker scores will be used to break the tie.
      2. Senior Division:
        1. There will be a separate division for each grade (9th, 10th, 11th and 12th).
        2. Members will present a prepared speech not to exceed seven minutes in length and will give an extemporaneous speech not to exceed two minutes in length. For each 30 seconds the speaker exceeds the seven minute time limit, one point will be deducted from the final score; five points will be deducted from the final score if this speech is less than three minutes in length.
        3. The prepared speech will count 75%, and the extemporaneous speech will count 25%. Form 656A should be used as the scorecard for the prepared speech, and Form 657 should be used for the extemporaneous speech.
        4. Members may enter the citizenship or leadership awards program in addition to the public speaking contest.
        5. ​Procedure for breaking ties: If a tie exists between individuals, the highest prepared speech score will break the tie(s). If still tied, the combined extemporaneous speech subject matter and composition scores (well organized, information, good introduction and conclusion) will be used to break the tie. If still tied, the combined prepared speech delivery scores (bodily action, voice) will be used to break the tie.
    2. PROCEDURE FOR CONDUCTING STATE EXTEMPORANEOUS PUBLIC SPEAKING:
      1. The state 4-H staff will select the topics to be used for the event.
      2. 4-H members participating in the state event will draw numbers to determine the order in which they will speak.
      3. Extemporaneous speeches will be given with only the judges and persons coordinating the public speaking activity present.
      4. Members will draw a topic from the selected topics. One minute will be allowed for the 4-H member to prepare for the speech. Note cards will be provided to each participant to use in preparation for the speech.
      5. Speeches should not exceed a time limit of two minutes. Each participant will be given a signal when one minute and 30 seconds and when two minutes of the time for their speech have elapsed. Judges should disregard any information given by the contestant after the two minute signal has been given.
    3. AWARDS:
      1. Region: Scholarships to State 4-H Congress to two finalists in each of the four senior grade divisions.
      2. State: Each first-place senior winner will receive the Lute Truett Memorial Silver Bowl and a $100 cash award.  All other senior participants in the state contest will receive a $25 cash award. In addition, the 11th grade winenr receives a $500 scholarship and the 12th grade winner receives a $1,000 scholarship.
  6. Tennessee 4-H History Bowl
    DONOR: Janet Cluck
    1. RULES:
      1. Each county may select two members who are State 4-H Congress delegates to participate in the regional Tennessee History Bowl elimination.
      2. Each region may select two members to participate in the State Tennessee History Bowl.
      3. All questions to be used in the Tennessee History Bowl will come from a bibliography of publications which will be sent to each county office prior to the regional contest.
    2. AWARDS: The two individuals making up the state-winning team History Bowl team will receive engraved plaques and a $50 cash award. All other participants will receive a $25 cash award.

(Projects which climax at State 4-H Roundup)

  1. TENNESSEE TRADITION AWARDS
    1. Horizon Award – The Horizon Award is presented to all Level I state winners in project competition. The Horizon Award is a pyramid on a walnut base. A gold medallion with the words “State Winner – Senior Level I” and a 4-H emblem superimposed over an outline of the state is embedded in the pyramid. The award symbolizes 4-H’ers quest to explore new horizons as they develop life skills. Various donors sponsor the Horizon Award.
    2. Level I Scholarships – Each Level I state winner has the opportunity to receive a $500 college scholarship provided by the Herbert College of Agriculture at UTK; UTM College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences; or the UTK College of Education, Health and Human Sciences. These scholarship may be collected upon the successful completion of a semester of college work in the departments of Child and Family Studies or Nutrition in the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville; the College of Agriculture Sciences and Natural Resources at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville; or in the departments of Agriculture and Natural Resources or Family and Consumer Sciences in the College of Agriculture and Applied Science at the University of Tennessee at Martin.
    3. National 4-H Congress – Each Level II state project winner will receive the trip to National 4-H Congress. National 4-H Congress is an educational, inspirational, fun-filled, comprehensive national leadership forum designed to expose youth to current leadership philosophy and research in critical areas such as agriculture, environment, community, families and communications. It is currently held in Atlanta, Georgia.
    4. Lee Medallion – The Lee Medallion is presented to all Level II winners in project competition. The medallion is circular in shape. The textured center has a 4-H emblem superimposed over a raised shape of the State of Tennessee. The outer part of the medallion has the words “Ieula Lee Medallion – State Winner” in raised letters. The name of the project and the year are engraved on the back of the medallion. The medallion is provided by the Ieula Lee Memorial Fund. (Mrs. Lee was a volunteer 4-H leader for over 60 years in Weakley County.)

  2. PROJECT ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS – Project achievement awards are based on records and other required information as presented in the members’ project portfolios. Awards are available for projects areas as listed below:

    1. Beef
      Awards:
      12 Roundup Scholarships
      Level I – Horizon Award and opportunity for $500 college scholarship
      Level II – Silver bowl and one trip to National 4-H Congress
      Donors:
      Tennessee Department of Agriculture – Roundup scholarships and trip to National 4-H Congress
      The Harris Family – Horizon Award (in memory of Claude and Nelda Harris)
      Tennessee Cattlemen’s Association – Silver bowl
      Hidden Creek Farm – College scholarship
      Additional Awards:
      Level II state winner will receive a $1,000 college scholarship.
      * The beef program area is a part of the Animal Science project.

    2. Clothing and Textiles
      Awards:
      12 Roundup Scholarships
      Level I – Two Horizons Awards and opportunity for $500 college scholarships
      Level II – Silver bowls and two trips to National 4-H Congress
      Donors:
      Stanfill Memorial Fund – Roundup scholarships and trip to National 4-H Congress
      Charles Owen – Trip to National 4-H Congress (in memory of Carolene Mason Owen)
      Specialist Region TAE4-HW – Horizon Award
      Carlene Welch – Horizon Award
      Amy Hastings Elizer – Silver bowl (in memory of Alpha Worrell and in honor of Joyce Hastings)
      Ruth Henderson McQueen – Silver bowl
      Martha Jo Tolley – College scholarship
      Tennessee 4-H Foundation – College scholarship
      Additional Awards:
      Level II winners will each receive a $500 college scholarship.

    3. Communications
      Awards:
      12 Roundup Scholarships
      Level I – Horizon Award and opportunity for $500 college scholarship
      Level II – Silver bowl and one trip to National 4-H Congress
      Donors:
      Tennessee Farm Bureau – Roundup scholarships and trip to National 4-H Congress
      Jay and Amy Gallimore Gilhooly – Horizon Award (in honor of Dale and Carol Gallimore)
      Tennessee Association of Extension 4-H Workers – Silver bowl
      George Mays – College scholarship
      Additional Awards:
      Level II state winner will receive a $1,250 college scholarship.

    4. Companion Animal
      Awards:
      12 Roundup Scholarships
      Level I – Two Horizon Awards and opportunity for $500 college scholarships
      Level II – Silver bowls and two trips to National 4-H Congress
      Donors:
      State 4-H Companion Animal Fund – Roundup scholarships and trip to National 4-H Congress
      Michael and Maya Plaster – Horizon Award
      Martin Koon – Horizon Award
      Patrick Hamilton – Silver bowl (in memory of Velma Woodard)
      John D. Winnett – Silver bowl (in honor of Jackson, his Boston Terrier)
      Happy Valley Kennels – College scholarship
      Tennessee 4-H Foundation – College scholarship
      Additional Awards:
      Top Level II participant with a focus in dog will receive a $1,000 college scholarship.
      The second Level II winner will receive a $500 college scholarship.

    5. Computers and Technology
      Awards:
      12 Roundup Scholarships
      Level I – Horizon Award and opportunity for $500 college scholarship
      Level II – Silver bowl and one trip to National 4-H Congress
      Donors:
      Tennessee Broadband Association – Roundup scholarships and trip to National 4-H Congress
      Jamie Harris – Horizon Award
      Donna Bradley – Silver bowl
      Buz and Karen Spivey – College scholarship
      Tennessee Broadband Association – College scholarship
      Additional Awards:
      Level II state winner will receive a $2,000 college scholarship.

    6. Consumer Education/Economics
      Awards:
      12 Roundup Scholarships
      Level I – Two Horizon Awards and opportunity for $500 college scholarships
      Level II – Silver bowls and two trips to National 4-H Congress
      Donors:
      Farm Credit of Mid-America – Roundup scholarships and trips to National 4-H Congress
      Etta Mae Westbrook – Roundup scholarships and trips to National 4-H Congress
      Kane Reeves – Horizon Award (in memory of Barbara Eloise Horne)
      Mandy Mullinix Wilson – Horizon Award (in honor of Margaret M. Pile)
      Shirley Hastings (in memory of Brent Hastings) – Silver bowl
      Glen & Tisa Liford – Silver bowl (in memory of Lori Disney)
      The McDonald Group – College scholarships
      Additional Awards:
      Level II state winners will each receive a $500 college scholarship.

    7. Dairy
      Awards:
      12 Roundup Scholarships
      Level I – Horizon Award and opportunity for $500 college scholarship
      Level II – Silver bowl and one trip to National 4-H Congress
      Donors:
      Tennessee 4-H Dairy Endowment – Roundup scholarships, trip to National 4-H Congress and trips to National Dairy Conference
      Julie Ozburn Giles – Horizon Award (in memory of John Albright and Billy Ozburn)
      April Parker – Silver bowl
      Tennessee 4-H Foundation – College scholarship
      Additional Awards:
      Level II state winner will receive a $500 college scholarship.
      The three top scoring individuals who do not win the trip to National 4-H Congress and who have not attended National 4-H Dairy Conference will receive trips to National 4-H Dairy Conference in Madison, Wisconsin.
      * The dairy program area is a part of the Animal Science project.

    8. Electric
      Awards:
      12 Roundup Scholarships
      Level I – Horizon Award and opportunity for $500 college scholarship
      Level II – Silver bowl and one trip to National 4-H Congress
      Donors:
      Tennessee Electric Cooperative Association – Roundup scholarship and trip to National 4-H Congress
      Chery Lane Darken – Horizon Award
      Sally Smith – Silver bowl
      Tennessee 4-H Foundation – College scholarship
      Additional Awards:
      Level II winner will each receive a $500 college scholarship.

    9. Engineering/Safety Science
      Awards:
      12 Roundup Scholarships
      Level I – Two Horizon Awards and opportunity for $500 college scholarships
      Level II – Silver bowls and two trips to National 4-H Congress
      Donors:
      Farm Bureau Insurance of Tennessee – Roundup scholarship and trip to National 4-H Congress
      Brown and Maguire CPAs, PLLC – Horizon Awards
      Robert Burns – Silver bowl (in honor of Jim Wills)
      Robert and Stena Meadows – Silver bowl (in honor of Lamar Neas)
      Matthew and Krista Wade – College scholarship (in honor of Ben Eley)
      Tennessee 4-H Foundation – College scholarship
      Additional Awards:
      Top scoring Level II winner will receive a $1,000 college scholarship.
      The second Level II state winner will receive a $500 college scholarship.

    10. Entomology/Beekeeping
      Awards:
      12 Roundup Scholarships
      Level I – Horizon Award and opportunity for $500 college scholarship
      Level II – Silver bowl and one trip to National 4-H Congress
      Donors:
      State 4-H Entomology Fund – Roundup scholarships and trip to National 4-H Congress
      Joe Huffine – Horizon Award (in honor of Larry and Carolyn Huffine)
      Harold F. Thompson Memorial Fund – Silver bowl
      Tennessee 4-H Foundation – College scholarship
      Additional Awards:
      Level II winner will each receive a $500 college scholarship.

    11. Food Science
      Awards:
      12 Roundup Scholarships
      Level I – Two Horizon Awards and opportunity for $500 college scholarships
      Level II – Silver bowls and two trips to National 4-H Congress
      Donors:
      Tennessee Dairy Association – Roundup scholarships. trips to National 4-H Congress and college scholarship
      American Dairy Association of Tennessee – Roundup scholarships and trips to National 4-H Congress
      Tennessee Farmers Cooperative – Roundup scholarships and trips to National 4-H Congress
      Hardison/Melton Endowment – Roundup scholarships and trips to National 4-H Congress
      Mary Jane Miles – College scholarship
      The Lemley Family – College scholarship (in memory of Rebekah Lemley)
      Ryan and Amanda Hensley – College scholarship
      Alicia Willis – Horizon Award (in memory of Mary Jo Brinkmann)
      Kyle Hensley – Horizon Award (in honor of Greg and Debbie Hensley)
      Janet Cluck – Silver bowl
      Janet Buck – Silver bowl
      Additional Awards:
      Top Level II participant with a focus in dairy foods will receive a $1,200 college scholarship.
      The second Level II winner will receive a $500 college scholarship.

    12. Forestry, Wildlife and Fisheries
      Awards:
      12 Roundup Scholarships
      Level I – Two Horizon Awards and opportunity for $500 college scholarships
      Level II – Silver bowls and two trips to National 4-H Congress
      Donors:
      State 4-H Forestry Fund – Roundup scholarships and trips to National 4-H Congress
      The Stockdale Family – Horizon Award (in memory of Ray Stockdale)
      The Sutton Family – Horizon Award (in memory of Raymond Sutton)
      Jim Byford Endowment – Silver bowl (in honor of Jim Byford)
      Shelby County Volunteer Leaders – Silver bowl (in honor of Weida Ringley)
      McCroy-Mantooth Endowment – College scholarship (in memory of James McCroy)
      John Sharp Endowment – College scholarship (in memory of John Sharp)
      Additional Awards:
      Level II winners will each receive a $500 college scholarship.

    13. Horse
      Awards:
      12 Roundup Scholarships
      Level I – Horizon Award and opportunity for $500 college scholarship
      Level II – Silver bowl and one trip to National 4-H Congress
      Donors:
      Tennessee Department of Agriculture – Roundup scholarships
      Tennessee Farmers Cooperative – Trip to National 4-H Congress
      Neal Smith – Horizon Award (in memory of Mary Ann Smith)
      The McDonald Group, Inc. – Silver bowl
      Samantha Kate Brown – College scholarship
      Additional Awards:
      Level II state winner will receive a $500 college scholarship.
      * The horse program area is a part of the Animal Science project.

    14. Horticulture/Garden
      Awards:
      12 Roundup Scholarships
      Level I – Two Horizon Awards and opportunity for $500 college scholarships
      Level II – Silver bowls and two trips to National 4-H Congress
      Donors:
      Tennessee Department of Agriculture – Roundup scholarships and trips to National 4-H Congress
      Allie Ellis – Horizon Award
      Chris Cherry – Horizon Award (in memory of Joe Cooper)
      Cherry Lane Darken – Silver bowl (in memory of Woody Darken)
      John & Susan Keller – Silver bowl (in memory of Earl & Ruth Keller)
      Melissa & Melanie Henry – College scholarship
      McCroy-Mantooth Endowment – College scholarship (in memory of Jeanette McCroy)
      Additional Awards:
      Level II winners will each receive a $500 college scholarship.

    15. Line and Design
      Awards:
      12 Roundup Scholarships
      Level I – Two Horizon Awards and opportunity for $500 college scholarships
      Level II – Silver bowls and two trips to National 4-H Congress
      Donors:
      Tennessee Department of Agriculture – Roundup scholarships and trips to National 4-H Congress
      Julie Johnson Crowe – Horizon Award
      Lori Gallimore – Horizon Award (in honor of Dale and Carol Gallimore)
      Delores Johnson & Paige Goddard – Silver bowl (in memory of Ann Buck)
      Brown and Maguire CPAs, PLLCC – Silver bowl
      Tennessee 4-H Foundation – College scholarships
      Additional Awards:
      Level II winners will each receive a $500 college scholarship.

    16. Meat Goat *
      Awards:
      12 Roundup Scholarships
      Level I – Horizon Award and opportunity for $500 college scholarship
      Level II – Silver bowl and one trip to National 4-H Congress
      Donors:
      Tennessee Farmers Cooperative – Roundup scholarships and trip to National 4-H Congress
      Mitchell and Kathilu Mote – Horizon Award
      Claudia Meeks – Silver bowl
      Tennessee 4-H Foundation – College scholarship
      Additional Awards:
      Level II state winner will receive a $500 college scholarship.
      * The meat goat program area is a part of the Animal Science project.

    17. Nutrition/Health/Fitness
      Awards:
      12 Roundup Scholarships
      Level I – Two Horizon Awards and opportunity for $500 college scholarships
      Level II – Silver bowls and two trips to National 4-H Congress
      Donors:
      Tennessee Farm Bureau Health Plans – Roundup scholarships and trips to National 4-H Congress
      Carla Bush – Horizon Award
      Kathy Atwood and Bret Gammons – Horizon Award
      Harold F. Thompson Memorial Fund – Silver bowl
      Amy Willis – Silver bowl (in honor of Brent and Linda Willis)
      Bob Brinkmann – College scholarship (in memory of Mary Jo Lee Brinkmann)
      Tennessee Farm Bureau Health Plans – College scholarship
      Additional Awards:
      Level II winners will each receive a $1,000 college scholarship.

    18. Performing Arts/Recreation
      Awards:
      12 Roundup Scholarships
      Level I – Horizon Award and opportunity for $500 college scholarship
      Level II – Silver bowl and one trip to National 4-H Congress
      Donors:
      State 4-H Performing Arts/Recreation Fund – Roundup scholarships and trip to National 4-H Congress
      Jimmy Robinson – Horizon Award (in honor of Jill Martz and Pat Whitaker)
      Glenda Booker – Silver bowl
      Jim and Katie Stewart – College scholarship
      Additional Awards:
      Level II state winner will receive a $1,000 college scholarship.

    19. Personal Development *
      Awards:
      12 Roundup Scholarships
      Level I – Horizon Award and opportunity for $500 college scholarship
      Level II – Silver bowl and one trip to National 4-H Congress
      Donors:
      Tennessee 4-H Foundation – Roundup scholarships
      Shea and Mary Beth Antunes – Trip to National 4-H Congress
      Justin Crowe – Horizon Award (in honor of Rita Casey)
      Eastern Region TAE4-HW – Silver bowl
      Shea and Mary Beth Lee Antunes – College scholarship
      Additional Awards:
      Level II state winner will receive a $500 college scholarship.
      * The personal development program area is a part of the Leadership/Personal Development project

    20. Photography
      Awards:
      12 Roundup Scholarships
      Level I – Horizon Award and opportunity for $500 college scholarship
      Level II – Silver bowl and one trip to National 4-H Congress
      Donors:
      State 4-H Photography Fund – Roundup scholarships and trip to National 4-H Congress
      Colby Collins – Horizon Award
      Alice Ann & Harry Moore – Silver bowl
      Alice Ann & Harry Moore – College scholarship
      Additional Awards:
      Level II state winner will receive a $500 college scholarship.

    21. Plant Science
      Awards:
      12 Roundup Scholarships
      Level I – Horizon Award and opportunity for $500 college scholarship
      Level II – Silver bowl and one trip to National 4-H Congress
      Donors:
      Tennessee Agricultural Production Association – Roundup scholarships and trip to National 4-H Congress
      Brown and Maguire CPAs, PLLCC – Horizon Award
      John Long Marks Memorial Fund – Silver bowl
      Adam and Marissa Brown – College scholarship
      Susan Marks – College scholarship (in memory of John Long Marks)
      Additional Awards:
      Level II state winner will receive a $1,000 college scholarship.

    22. Poultry *
      Awards:
      12 Roundup Scholarships
      Level I – Horizon Award and opportunity for $500 college scholarship
      Level II – Silver bowl and one trip to National 4-H Congress
      Donors:
      Tennessee Department of Agriculture – Roundup scholarships
      Tennessee Poultry Association – Trip to National 4-H Congress
      Jessie Hartle Lumpkins – Horizon Award (in memory of Deborah Hartle)
      Grova Disney – Silver bowl (in memory of Terry, Mildred, and Lori Disney)
      Grova Disney – College scholarship (in memory of Terri, Mildred, and Lori Disney)
      Additional Awards:
      Level II state winner will receive a $1,000 college scholarship.
      * The poultry program area is a part of the Animal Science project.

    23. Sheep *
      Awards:
      12 Roundup Scholarships
      Level I – Horizon Award and opportunity for $500 college scholarship
      Level II – Silver bowl and one trip to National 4-H Congress
      Donors:
      Tennessee Department of Agriculture – Roundup scholarships
      Tennessee Farmers Cooperative – Trip to National 4-H Congress
      Justin Cross – Horizon Award
      Tennessee Sheep Producers Association- Silver bowl
      Ben T. Powell Endowment Fund – College scholarship
      Tim and Dee Wolters – College scholarship
      Additional Awards:
      Level II state winner will receive a $1,500 college scholarship.
      * The sheep program area is a part of the Animal Science project.

    24. Swine *
      Awards:
      12 Roundup Scholarships
      Level I – Horizon Award and opportunity for $500 college scholarships
      Level II – Silver bowl and one trip to National 4-H Congress
      Donors:
      Tennessee Department of Agriculture – Tennessee Pork Producers Association
      Tennessee Farmers Cooperative – Trip to National 4-H Congress
      Kim Newsom Holmberg and Karen Newsom Tinkle – Horizon Award (in memory of Matt Barnes)
      Tennessee Pork Producers Association- Silver bowl
      Hidden Creek Farms – College scholarship
      Steve Sutton – College scholarship
      Additional Awards:
      Level II state winner will receive a $1,000 college scholarship.
      * The swine program area is a part of the Animal Science project.

    25. Veterinary Science
      Awards:
      12 Roundup Scholarships
      Level I – Horizon Award and opportunity for $500 college scholarship
      Level II – Silver bowl and one trip to National 4-H Congress
      Donors:
      Tennessee Veterinary Medical Association – Roundup scholarships
      Tennessee Department of Agriculture – Trip to National 4-H Congress
      Reyes and Carla Rich – Horizon Award (in honor of Carlos and Neisha Carver)
      Phylis Welch – Silver bowl
      Hidden Creek Farm – College scholarship
      Ray Bales – College scholarship
      Additional Awards:
      Level II state winner will receive a $1,000 college scholarship.

    26. Agricultural Leadership
      Purpose:
      To recognize over-all excellence in all 4-H projects which relate to agriculture and to encourage members to pursue some area of agriculture as a career.
      Judging Procedure:
      Following the announcement of state winners in projects at Roundup, records of Level II members who were not awarded a trip to National 4-H Congress will be reviewed by a panel of judges. Members with the top six high portfolio scores will be interviewed to determine the state winner in the program. Winners will be selected on the basis of leadership activities relating to agriculture projects.
      Awards:
      State winner will receive a silver bowl, trip to National 4-H Congress and $500 college scholarship
      Donors:
      Ray & Carolyn Humberd Endowment Fund – Trip to National Congress
      Jeff Welch – Silver bowl
      Amy Powell Pederson Scholarship Endowment – College scholarship

    27. Family and Consumer Sciences Leadership
      Purpose:
      To recognize 4-H members who have excelled in giving leadership to 4-H projects related to home economics.
      Judging Procedure:
      Following the announcement of state winners in projects at Roundup, records of Level II members who were not awarded a trip to National 4-H Congress will be reviewed by a panel of judges. Members with the top six high portfolio scores will be interviewed to determine the state winner in the program. Winners will be selected on the basis of leadership activities relating to home economics projects.
      Awards:
      State winner will receive a silver bowl, trip to National 4-H Congress and $500 college scholarship
      Donors:
      State 4-H Family and Consumer Sciences Fund – Trip to National 4-H Congress
      Janet Hale – Silver bowl (in memory of Darrell Hale)
      Greg and Debbie Hensley – College scholarship
  1. Dairy Poster Contest
    DONOR: American Dairy Association of Tennessee
    1. RULES AND PROCEDURES:
      1. Members will make a promotional poster about milk and/or milk products using the theme designated by the sponsoring organization.
      2. Posters must be 14 x 22 inches. Posters must be horizontal.
      3. The county Extension agent(s) will be responsible for determining the county winner and submitting the poster for state judging.
      4. The county winning poster must be received by Denise Jones, SUDIA, P.O. Box 77, Loretto, KY 40037 by the deadline date.
      5. Member’s name, address, agent’s name, phone number and the number of posters entered in the local and county contests must be on a 3″ X 5″ card attached to the back of the poster.
      6. Judges will be selected by ADA of Tennessee and all posters will become the property of ADA of Tennessee. Posters will not be returned to individuals.
    2. AWARDS: (State winners will be announced at the June Dairy Month kick-off luncheon in Nashville.)
      1. County Winner: T-shirt
      2. State Winners: First – $550; second – $300; and third – $200
      3. County office with first place winner – $150

  2. Dairy Quiz Bowl
    DONOR: Dairy Farmers of America, Inc.
    1. RULES AND PROCEDURES:
      1. Senior Division – Each county may enter up to two teams. All 4-H members who are in the 9th, 10th, 11th or 12th grades on January 1 of the current year are eligible to participate. (Team members must have reached their 15th birthday during the current contest year.)  A team must be composed of four members.
      2. Junior High Division – Each county may enter up to two teams. All 4-H members in the 6th, 7th and 8th grades as of January 1 of the current year are eligible to participate. Teams may be composed of either three or four members.
      3. Team members should be prepared to answer both oral and written questions.
      4. References for all questions will be the 4-H dairy project manuals and the Hoard’s Dairyman magazine.
    2. AWARDS: Plaque to first place team and a partial scholarship to the 4-H Dairy Invitational Quiz Bowl in Louisville, Kentucky.

  3. June Dairy Month Promotion
    DONOR: American Dairy Association of Tennessee
    1. ELIGIBILITY:
      1. One 4-H member from each county may represent the county in competition.
      2. Tennessee’s 95 counties are divided into three groups according to the number of radio stations and newspapers in the county. These three groups form the three divisions of competition in each region. Counties will only be competing with the other counties within the group except for the special award for creativity.
    2. RECORDS REQUIRED: A report (in scrapbook form) on all June Dairy Month promotion activities must be submitted to American Dairy Association of Tennessee by the date specified in the ADA announcement of the activity.
    3. SCORE CARD:
      1. Use of radio – 20%
      2. Use of newspaper – 10%
      3. Promotion projects – 70%
    4. AWARDS: Participation awards will be made to all county representatives. Plaques and appropriate merchandise awards will be made to regional and state winners in each division.

  4. Outdoor Meat Cookery
    DONORS: Tennessee Department of Agriculture; Tennessee Beef Industry Council; Tennessee Egg and Poultry Association; and Tennessee Sheep Producers Association
    1. RULES AND PROCEDURES:
      1. Each county may enter three junior high and three senior teams on the regional level.
      2. Members who enter the junior high division must be in the 6th, 7th or 8th grade on January 1 of the current year.
      3. Members who enter the senior division must be in the 9th, 10th, 11th or 12th grade on January 1 of the current year.
      4. A team will consist of four members. A team must have an individual in each of the four divisions of the contest. The four divisions will be beef, pork, lamb and poultry.
      5. Counties may enter one, two or three individuals when it is not possible to enter a team with four members. These individuals would be eligible for individual recognition on the regional level and could serve as alternates in the event that a substitution would need to be made for the state contest. Individual specie winners in a regional contest not on a state qualifying team will advance to state competition and are eligible for individual awards on the state level.
      6. Each region will send three senior teams to the state contest.
      7. The contestants will be scored by judges according to the 4-H Outdoor Meat Cookery score sheet.
      8. Each contestant will provide two (2) fresh, uncooked meat items, one for the team platter and the other for sampling. The retail cut is the participant’s choice. However, the cut must be prepared within the time limit. The poultry item may be either chicken or turkey. The cut can be marinated prior to the contest. Contestants should be prepared to state a degree of doneness (rare, medium rare, medium, medium well or well done) for the beef, lamb and pork cuts.
      9. Preparation and cooking time limit is two (2) hours. The contestants are required to turn in the prepared meat at the end of the state cooking time. Contestants will submit only the prepared meat cut to the judges; that is, no additional items (drink, vegetables, etc.) should be submitted to the judges.
      10. The contestant should provide a copy of any recipes used to the judges. Sauces and marinades may be commercial or personal recipe.
      11. Barbecue grills, charcoal starters, grilling supplies and table set-ups must be provided by the contestants. Cooking teams should plan on using a food preparation area no more than 10 feet by 10 feet. Grills and table top display may be outside the 10X10 area. Grills with or without hoods may be used. Also, aluminum foil may be used to construct a windscreen or hood.
      12. As a team, the contestants should prepare the cooking area and table top exhibit without assistance from other 4-Hers or adults.  Individually, the contestants will cook their meat. In case of an emergency as determined by contest monitors, team members may be allowed to share cooking space.
      13. Members of the state winning team shall be ineligible to participate in the contest again.
    2. AWARDS:
      1. Region:
        1. Junior High – $25 to each member of the winning team.
        2. Senior – Trips to the state outdoor meat cookery contest for three teams.
      2. State:
        1. Plaques and $50 to each member of the champion senior team.
        2. Plaques to the high individuals in each of the four divisions of the contest.
        3. First place poultry contestant – Trip to National 4-H Chicken Barbecue Contest.
        4. Second place poultry contestant – Trip to National 4-H Turkey Barbecue Contest.

  5. Photo Search
    1. Any junior high or senior 4-H member may submit entries. The member must take entry photos submitted for the contest.
    2. Each entry will consist of a print (no larger than 5 X 7), a completed entry form for each photo, and an electronic JPEG file for each photo.
    3. A completed entry form must accompany each Photo Search entry.
    4. Photos should relate to 4-H involvement. An entry may be a single photo or a series of not more than four photos. A series may be a “before and after” scene or a “how to” sequence.
    5. Entries will be judged on quality and message. The photos might depict 4-H project work; 4-H exhibits, shows, fairs, etc.; 4-H leadership or citizenship; leisure education, camp, etc.; human interest or other.
    6. Each county may select up to ten entries to submit for state judging.
    7. All county-winning photographs must be in the state 4-H office by June 5 of the current year, so there is adequate time for judging and printing of the winning entries before Roundup.
    8. Ten entries will be displayed at State 4-H Roundup. 8″ X 10″ prints of these will be made.
    9. Entry forms for entries will be furnished to 4-H members. This form contains an optional clause that would give UT Extension the right to use pictures in publications, publicity, etc. All entries will become property of the Tennessee 4-H Youth Development and will not be returned to the 4-H member unless otherwise requested.

  6. 4-H Shooting Sports Competitions
    DONORS: Federal Cartridge Corporation, Tennessee Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation, and the University of Tennessee Extension
    1. Current rules and regulations for the Tennessee 4-H State Shoot are on the 4-H Web site. Proposed rule and event changes will be reviewed by the State 4-H Shooting Sports Committee. The Assistant Dean,4-H Youth Development and/or his/her designee will approve any changes.
    2. Individuals may compete and win at any state competition without limit (refer to specific discipline rules); with the exception being the State 4-H BB Jamboree.  The Daisy National BB Gun Championship dictates rules governing the State 4-H BB Jamboree (refer to the State 4-H BB Jamboree rules).

(A copy of detailed rules, regulations, score cards and procedures for all horse activities is available from the Extension Animal Science youth specialist’s office.)

  1. HORSE BOWL
    RULES AND PROCEDURES:
    1. The current Tennessee 4-H Horse Bowl Handbook will be the study material for this activity.
    2. There will be two age divisions:
      1. Junior (4th-8th grades)
      2. Senior (9th-12th grades)
    3. A team must consist of at least three and no more than four members. Three member teams will be at a disadvantage, particularly in the senior division. A three member team MAY NOT compete in national competition.
    4. Four junior and four senior teams from each region may compete in the state contest.
    5. The champion senior team is eligible to compete in the Eastern National Contest in Louisville, Kentucky at their own expense.

  2. HIPPOLOGY CONTEST
    RULES AND PROCEDURES:
    1. There will be two age divisions:
      1. Junior (4th-8th grades)
      2. Senior (9th-12th grades)
    2. The contest has three separate, but equal parts.
      1. Part I: Written test – Questions will come from the Tennessee 4-H Horse Bowl Handbook.
      2. Part II: Identification – “The Horse Industry Handbook” is a reference for this part.
      3. Part III: Horse judging – Two classes of horses will be judged.
    3. Individuals who have been members of the state senior division first place team will not be eligible to compete in the State Hippology Contest in future years.
    4. Four junior and four senior teams from each region may compete in the state contest.
    5. The champion senior team is eligible to compete in Eastern National Contest in Louisville, Kentucky at their own expense.

  3. HORSE TEAM DEMONSTRATION CONTEST
    RULES AND PROCEDURES:
    1. Only senior 4-H members (9th-12th grades) will be eligible.
    2. A team shall consist of two members.
    3. The first and second place teams in the state contest will be eligible to participate in the Southern Regional Contest. The first place team will be eligible to participate in the Eastern National Contest in Louisville, Kentucky. These trips would be at the team’s own expense.

  4. HORSE INDIVIDUAL DEMONSTRATION CONTEST
    RULES AND PROCEDURES:
    1. Only senior 4-H members (9th-12th grades) will be eligible.
    2. The first and second place individuals in the state contest will be eligible to participate in the southern regional competition. The first place individual will be eligible to participate in the Eastern National Contest in Louisville, Kentucky. These trips would be at the members’ own expense.

  5. HORSE PUBLIC SPEAKING CONTEST
    RULES AND PROCEDURES:
    1. Only senior 4-H members (9th-12th grades) will be eligible.
    2. The first and second place speakers in the state contest will be eligible to participate in the southern regional competition. The first place speaker will be eligible to participate in the Eastern National Contest in Louisville, Kentucky. These trips would be at the members’ own expense.

  1. Objectives
    1. To encourage participation in natural resources and related natural science programs by exposing participants to the shooting sports curriculum content through shooting, hunting and related activities.
    2. To enhance development of self-concept, character, and personal growth through safe, educational and socially acceptable involvement in shooting activity.
    3. To teach safe and responsible use of firearms and archery equipment including sound decision-making, self-discipline and concentration.
    4. To promote the highest standards of safety, sportsmanship and ethical behavior.
    5. To expose participants to the broad array of vocational and life-long avocational activities related to shooting sports.
    6. To strengthen families through participation in life-long recreational activities.
    7. To complement and enhance the impact of existing safety, shooting and hunter education programs using experiential educational methods in the progressive development of skills and abilities.

  2. Participation
    1. Youth Participation – All youth who qualify under the Tennessee 4-H program guidelines are eligible to participate in the Tennessee 4-H Shooting Sports program. It is the adult leader’s responsibility to ensure that the participants have the physical, mental and emotional maturity to participate in the program. All participants in the program must comply with all rules of conduct set forth in the Tennessee 4-H program. It is the duty of all participants and adult leaders to set good examples by upholding ethical standards of conduct at all times. Any infractions of these rules are grounds for dismissal from the Tennessee 4-H Shooting Sports program.
    2. County 4-H Shooting Sports Instructor – an individual who has completed a 15-hour, state 4-H sanctioned shooting sports training and certification workshop. County instructors are eligible to conduct county level 4-H Shooting Sports programs in the discipline in which they have been trained. The Tennessee 4-H Shooting Sports program requires the use of trained and certified 4-H instructors at the county level to operate a live-fire range or to conduct any class in which firearms, airguns or archery equipment are handled. A maximum ratio of 10 youth per trained adult must be maintained to operate a live-fire range or to conduct any class in which firearms, airguns or archery equipment are handled. In order to be certified as a 4-H shooting sports instructor in any discipline (rifle, shotgun, muzzleloader/blackpowder, archery, air pistol, and hunting), the following category requirements must be met.
      1. Instructor: Must be at least 21 years old and have attended a state training (must be present at all live-fire events).
      2. Assistant Instructor: Must be at least 18 years old and a 4-H member/volunteer in a shooting sports discipline for a minimum of one year. They can only instruct youth under the direct supervision of an instructor and only if the instructor is present during the instruction.
      3. Teen Leader: Must be at least 14 years old and have leader approval. Teen leaders only function under direct supervision of, and request of, a certified instructor who is present during the instruction. A teen leader is not to be in charge of a live fire range.
      4. Volunteers/Parents: May be allowed to assist with approval from the county Extension agent and with approval of and under the direct supervision of a certified instructor in charge of the firing line at the time of instruction. Must be signed up as a current adult volunteer 4-H leader in the county in which they are instructing.
    3. County Level 4-H Leader Certification – All instructors must be certified 4-H leaders through the local county Extension office before attending a State 4-H Shooting Sports workshop.
    4. Certification at a State 4-H Shooting Sports Workshop – All instructors must successfully complete a 4-H Shooting Sports instructor training session administered and/or sanctioned through the state 4-H office. Training will consist of a minimum of 15 hours of instruction using the National 4-H Shooting Sports curriculum, which includes discipline instruction (rifle, shotgun, muzzleloader/blackpowder, archery, air pistol, and hunting), safety, risk management, teaching methods and 4-H youth program management.
    5. Maintaining State 4-H Shooting Sports Certification – To maintain certification an instructor/leader must be active one out of three consecutive years.  If inactive for three consecutive years, re-certification is required.
    6. State Team 4-H Shooting Sports Instructors – State team members must apply and be approved by the state 4-H office before being a certified member of the state team.
      1. State team members must be trained and certified at a 40-hour national 4-H Shooting Sports workshop in the discipline they are teaching.
      2. State team member Shooting Sports instructors are eligible to conduct 4-H Shooting Sports programs at the county level as well as train and certify instructors as part of the state team.

  3. Disciplines Offered: Shotgun, muzzleloading, archery, air pistol, rifle/bb and wildlife/hunting

GENERAL RULES

  1. All 4-H members enrolled in the 9th, 10th, 11th or 12th school grade on January 1 during the calendar year of the state contest, and who have completed at least five months of club work during the current 4-H year, are eligible for all senior division judging teams on the state level.
    1. *Exception: Participants in the state land judging and forestry judging contests must be in the 8th, 9th, 10th or 11th school grade on January 1 during the calendar year of the state contest.
  2. Members of a team shall represent the same county and belong to 4-H in that county.
  3. Each county may enter three teams of three or four individuals in each senior judging contest on the regional level.
  4. Counties may enter one or two individuals in each judging area on the regional level when it is not possible to enter a team of three or four individuals. These individuals would be eligible for individual recognition and could serve as substitutes.
  5. In case a member of a regional judging team, eligible for state or national competition, cannot participate in the state or national contest, substitution may be made by the 4-H agent from other 4-H members who participated in the same regional judging contest either as an individual or as a member of a second or third team from that county. No more than two members may be substituted. At least two members of the original team must compete in the event. In case a county has three teams eligible for the state contest in the same judging area, no substitutions will be allowed unless they come from within those teams.
  6. Each region will send four teams to the state contest in all areas.
    *Exceptions: Dairy, dairy products, and poultry are non-qualifying events. There is no limit as to the number of teams that may participate from a county.
    Forestry – each region can only send three teams to the state contest.
  7. Members of each state winning team and the second place land judging team shall be ineligible to participate on the same team again; however, if still eligible, may participate on other teams.
  8. A state 4-H project winner may participate on judging teams if otherwise eligible.
  9. All team members who represent Tennessee in any national 4-H judging contest must have passed their 14th birthday and cannot have passed their 19th birthday on January 1 of the year the national contest is held.
  10. If regional contests are held in the same calendar year as the state contest, members who enter the junior high division must be in the 7th or 8th school grade on January 1. For regional contests held in the calendar year prior to the state contest, members who enter the junior high division must be in the 6th or 7th school grade on January 1.
    *Exception: Participants in junior high land judging and forestry judging contests must be in the 6th or 7th school grade on January 1 during the calendar year of the state contest.
  11. State sponsorship funds to national contests will be forfeited unless a qualified team represents Tennessee in the national event.
  1. Consumer Decision Making
    DONORS: Greever 4-H Endowment and Mary Stanfill 4-H Endowment
    AWARDS:
    State:
    1. Dinner for teams and coaches.
    2. First place team award of $1,000 to use towards trip to compete in the National Consumer Decision Making Contest at the National Western Roundup in Denver, CO.
    3. Second place team award of $1,000 to use towards trip to compete in the National FCS Bowl at the National Western Roundup in Denver, CO.
    4. Plaque for champion team and high scoring individual.
    5. Medallions for members of the champion team.

  2. Dairy Judging
    DONORS: Tennessee Farmers Cooperative; Tennessee Holstein Association; Tennessee Jersey Cattle Club; West Tennessee State Fair; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Basse; and Mr. Howard Wilkerson.
    State:
    1. Luncheon for teams and coaches.
    2. The winning team will receive a trip to the national 4-H dairy judging event and lifetime membership in the Dairy Shrine.
    3. Second, third and fourth place teams are eligible to participate in other out-of-state 4-H dairy judging trips.
    4. Medallions to members of champion team. METHOD FOR BREAKING TIES:
    1. If tied for an award, the contestant or team having the highest reason score will be listed first.
    2. If still tied, the contestant or team scoring highest on a tiebreaker class will be listed first. The official judges at the beginning of the contest will designate the tiebreaker class(es).
    3. If still tied, for a team award, the team whose alternate’s score is highest shall be listed first.

  3. DAIRY PRODUCTS JUDGING
    DONORS: American Dairy Association of Tennessee; Tennessee Dairy Products Association; and Tennessee Association of Extension 4-H Workers
    AWARDS:
    State:
    1. Dinner for teams and coaches.
    2. First place team will receive a plaque and educational trip.
    3. Plaque to high scoring individual.
    4. $600 educational scholarship to high individual in all products.
    5. Medallions to members of champion team.

  4. FORESTRY JUDGING
    DONORS: John B. Sharp Jr. Forestry Endowment and Tennessee Association of Extension 4-H Workers
    AWARDS:
    1. County: Trips to regional judging activity.
    2. Region: Trips to state judging activity for four teams.
    3. State:
      1. Dinner for teams and coaches.
      2. Awards to champion team and high scoring individual.
      3. Partial funds to attend National 4-H Forestry Invitational for champion team.
      4. Medallions to members of champion team.

  5. HORSE JUDGING
    DONORS: Tennessee Department of Agriculture; Tennessee Farmers Cooperative (Trip to National Contest)
    AWARDS:
    1. County: Trips to regional judging activity.
    2. Region: Trips to state judging activity for four teams.
    3. State:
      1. First place team – Trip to the Eastern National 4-H Horse Judging Contest.
      2. First and second place teams – An opportunity to participate in the Southern Regional 4-H Horse Judging Contest at their own expense.
      3. Appropriate awards will be made to high teams and individuals.
      4. Medallions to members of first place team. METHOD FOR BREAKING TIES:
    1. If tied for an award, the contestant or team having the highest reason score will be listed first.
    2. If still tied, the contestant or team scoring highest on a tiebreaker class will be listed first. The official judges at the beginning of the contest will designate the tiebreaker class(es).
    3. If still tied for a team award, the team whose alternate’s score is highest shall be listed first.

  6. LAND JUDGING:
    DONOR: Tennessee Farmers Mutual Insurance Company
    AWARDS:
    1. County: Recognition pins for each member.
    2. : Plaques will be awarded to the regional winner and runner-up teams. The first and second place teams will each receive $50 as expense money to the state contest.
    3. State: Winner and runner-up will represent Tennessee at the National Land, Pasture and Range Judging Contest in Oklahoma. Each team will receive $400 to cover expenses to the national event or forfeit award money. In case of forfeit, the award money will go to the next highest scoring team. Plaques will be awarded to the state winner and runner-up teams. These plaques will remain with the team even though the team does not participate in the national event.
  7. LIVESTOCK JUDGING
    DONORS: Block and Bridle Club, UTK; Merial Limited; Tennessee Association of Extension 4-H Workers; Tennessee Farmers Cooperative; Tennessee Cattlemen’s Association; Tennessee Sheep Producers Association; Tennessee Pork Producers Association and Tennessee Livestock Producers, Inc.
    AWARDS:
    1. County: Trips to regional livestock judging event.
    2. Region: Trips to state judging activity for four teams.
    3. State:
      1. First place team – Trip to national 4-H livestock judging event.
      2. Plaque to coach and members of winning team (UTK Block and Bridle Club).
      3. Dinner for teams and coaches.
      4. Plaque to champion team (Tennessee Livestock Producers, Inc.).
      5. Plaque to second place team (UT Block and Bridle).
      6. Plaque to high individuals in swine, beef and sheep (Tennessee Pork Producers Association, Tennessee Cattlemen’s Association and Tennessee Sheep Producers Association).
      7. Plaque to overall high individual.
      8. Plaque to high scoring individual in oral reasons (Tennessee Farmers Cooperative).
      9. Medallions to members of champion team. METHOD FOR BREAKING TIES:
    1. If tied for an award, the contestant or team having the highest reason score will be listed first.
    2. If still tied, the contestant or team scoring highest on a tiebreaker class will be listed first. The official judges at the beginning of the contest will designate the tiebreaker class(es).
    3. If still tied for a team award, the team whose alternate’s score is highest shall be listed first.

  8. MEATS JUDGING
    DONORS: Hardison/Melton Endowment; Tennessee Beef Industry Council; Tennessee Sheep Producers Association; Tennessee Cattlemen’s Association; and Tennessee Farmers Cooperative
    AWARDS:
    1. County: Trips to regional meats judging activity.
    2. Trips to state meats judging activity for four teams.
    3. State:
      1. Dinner for teams and coaches.
      2. Awards to champion team and high scoring individual for beef, lamb, pork and poultry.
      3. Funds for trip to national 4-H meats judging contest for first place team.
      4. Medallions to members of champion team.

  9. POULTRY JUDGING
    DONORS: Tennessee Department of Agriculture; Tennessee Poultry Association; and Tennessee Farmers Cooperative
    AWARDS:
    State:
    1. Dinner for teams and coaches.
    2. Partial funds for trip to national 4-H poultry judging event for first place team.
    3. Plaque to champion team and high scoring individual for production and market products.
    4. Medallions for members of the champion team. METHODS FOR BREAKING TIES:
    1. If tied for an award, the contestant or team having the highest reason score will be listed first.
    2. If still tied, the contestant or team scoring highest on a tiebreaker class will be listed first. The official judges at the beginning of the contest will designate the tiebreaker class(es).
    3. If still tied for a team award, the team whose alternate’s score is highest shall be listed first.

  10. WILDLIFE JUDGING
    DONOR: Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency
    AWARDS:
    1. County: Trips to regional wildlife judging event.
    2. Region:
      1. Junior High:
        1. First place team – Plaque and 4-H wildlife judging T-shirt to team members.
        2. First and second high individual scorers – Plaques.
      2. Senior:
        1. First place team – Plaque and trip to state contest; 4-H wildlife judging T-shirt to team members.
        2. First and second high individual scorers – Plaques.
        3. Second place team – Plaque and trip to state judging activity.
        4. Third and fourth place teams – trips to state judging activity.
    3. State:
      1. First place team – Plaque and qualify to attend the national 4-H wildlife judging contest/medals to team members.
      2. First and second high individual scorers – Plaques.
      3. Coach of winning team – Plaque (if coach is a volunteer leader).
Donor​Address
​African American Extension Staff Members
c/o Lynn Brookins
​605 Airways Boulevard
Jackson, TN 38301-3201
​Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity​1840 Fraternity Park Drive
Knoxville, TN 37916
​American Dairy Association of Tennessee
c/o Amanda Trice, Director of Communications and Public Relations
​5340 W. Fayetteville Boulevard
Atlanta, GA 30349
​Atwood, Kathy​200 Dogwood Avenue
Hartsville, TN 37074-3519
​Antunes, Shea and Mary Beth1214 Cook’s Court
Brentwood, TN 37027
​Bales, Ray​110 Stone Road
Knoxville, TN 37920
​Booker, Glenda​103 Oakland Drive
Dickson, TN 37055
​Bradley, Donna L.​5665 Yeller Hammer Drive
Nunnelly, TN 37137-2858
​Brinkmann, Bob​141 Dogwood Drive
Manchester, TN 37355
​Brown and Maguire CPAs, PLLC
% Steve and Jill Brown
​2715 Bransford Avenue
Nashville, TN 37201
​Brown, Adam and Marissa​228 Raymond Hodges Road
Cottontown, TN 37048
​Brown, Samantha Kate​10912 Hillsboro Highway
Hillsboro, TN 37342
​Buck, Janet​5606 Bridgehampton Drive
Powell, TN 37849
​Burns, Robert​1814 Murphy Myers Road
Maryville, TN 37803
​Byford, Jim​1992 Ralston Road
Martin, TN 38237-5198
​Casey, Rita J.​1163 Race Path Road
Stantonville, TN 38379
​Cherry, Chris​2095 Talley Store Road
Henderson, TN 38340
​Clarke, Mildred​1776 Generations Way
Morning Pointe #207
Ooltewah, TN 37363-1732
​Cluck, Janet C​109 Kimberly Drive
Dickson, TN 37055
​Collins, Colby​2306 War Creek Road
Thorn Hill, TN 37881
​Cross, Justin​4664 Gravelly Hills Road
Louisville, TN 37777
​Crowe, Julie Johnson​​113 Templeton Road, #11
Knoxville, TN 37918
​Crowe, Justin​113 Templeton Road, #11
Knoxville, TN 37918
​Dairy Farmers of America, Inc.
c/o Bobby Shipley, Area Manager
​10411 Cogdill Road
Knoxville, TN 37932
​Darken, Cherry Lane​5355 Leipers Creek Road
Franklin, TN 37064-9283
​Disney, Grova​P.O. Box 399
Rocky Top, TN 37765
​Eastern Region TAE4-HW
c/o Lauren McCoy, Regional Director
​850 West Main Street, Suite 1
Rogersville, TN 37857-3653
​Elizer, Amy Hastings​95 Wilmington Cove
Jackson, TN 38305-0301
​Elliott (Mary Basinger) Memorial Scholarship Fund
c/o John Basinger, Iris Mustapick and Steve Wilson
​2843 Gassaway Road
Woodbury, TN 37190-5350
​Ellis, Allie​11815 Avedon Drive
Zionville, IN 46077
​​Farm Bureau Insurance of Tennessee
c/o Jeff Pannell, CEO
​P.O. Box 307
Columbia, TN 38402
​Farm Credit of Mid-America
c/o Randy Barbee
​P.O. Box 34390
Louisville, KY 40232
​FarmHouse Fraternity​1901 Lake Avenue
Knoxville, TN 37916
​Federal Cartridge Corporation​900 Ellen Drive
Anoka, MN 55303-7502
​The Family of Leon Foster
c/o Mai Foster
​498 Comstock Road
Shelbyville, TN 37160-6335
​Gallimore, Lori​950 Bishop Knoll Lane
Knoxville, TN 37398
​Gammons, Bret​200 Dogwood Avenue
Hartsville, TN 37074-3519
​Giles, Julie Ozburn​4775 Thick Road
Chapel Hill, TN 37034-2648
​Gilhooly, Jay and Amy Gallimore​5209 Old Main Street
Henrico, VA 23231
​Goddard, Paige​22999 Hines Valley Road
Lenoir City, TN 37771
​Hale, Janet​104 Brittany Avenue
Fayetteville, TN 37334
​Hamilton, Patrick​306 Hancock Street
Nashville, TN 37207
​Happy Valley Kennels
c/o Matthew and Krista Wade
​321 Happy Valley Road
Bell Buckle, TN 37020-4322
​Hardison/Melton Endowment Fund
c/o Curtis Melton
​9414 Lynnwood Lane
Rockford, TN 37853
​The Harris Family
c/o Steve Harris
​1238 Casey Road
Morrison, TN 37357
​Harris, Jamie​1238 Casey Road
Morrison, TN 37357
​Hastings, Shirley​1705 Bragdon Lane
Knoxville, TN 37919-8590
​Henry County UT Extension Staff​P.O. Box 188
Paris, TN 38242
​Henry, Melissa and Melanie​P.O. Box 411
Pikeville, TN 37367
​Hensley, Greg and Debbie​1218 New Midway Road
Kingston, TN 37763
​Hensley, Kyle2819 Faith Lane
Spring Hill, TN 37174
​Hensley, Ryan and Amanda​597 Anglewood Drive
Lenoir City, TN 37772-5837
​Hidden Creek Farm
c/o Ernie and Julie Kleinlein
​531 Graham Lane
Greeneville, TN 37743
​Holmburg, Kim Newsom​490 Rochelle Drive
Nashville, TN 37220
​Huffine, Joe​1018 Grove Circle
Murfreesboro, TN 37128
​Humberd, Ray and Carolyn​8609 Dovefield Drive
Knoxville, TN 37923
​Johnson, Delores​938 Main Street
Surgoinsville, TN 37873
​Kant, Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth​646 Sam Houston School Road
Maryville, TN 37804
​Keller, John and Susan​1565 East Brown School Road
Maryville, TN 37804
​Knox County Beekeepers Association
c/o Lynda Rizzardi
​1903 Rosebud Drive
Maryville, TN 37803
​Koon, Martin​P.O. Box 271
Woodbury, TN 37190
​Kyker (W.B. & Imogene) Endowment Fund
c/o Jane Barham
​Kyker Tax Service
4310 Sevierville Road
Maryville, TN 37804
​The Family of Rebekah Lemley
c/o Mary Lee Lemley 
​5971 North Hart Road
Springfield, TN 37172
​Liford, Glen and Tisa​109 Black Oak Road
Clinton, TN 37716
​Lower Middle Tennessee Cattlemen’s Association
c/o David Cannon, President
​2295 Pulaski Highway
Lawrenceburg, TN 38964
​Lumpkins, Jessie Hartle​313 Yelton Court
Nashville, TN 37211
​Marks, Susan​2831 Kinneys Road
Cedar Hill, Tennessee 37032
​Friends and Family of Carol Marrero
c/o Nicole Marrero
​1322 Brown Avenue
Cookeville, TN 38501
​Massengill, Douglas H.​3131 Harley Road
Morristown, TN 37813
​Mayes, George​935 Fox Mays Road
Greeneville, TN 37745
​The James R. McCroy Family
c/o Mary Mantooth
​7634 Highway 41 North
Adams, TN 37010
​The McDonald Group, Inc.
c/o Kelly and Teressa McDonald
​166A W. University Parkway
Jackson, TN 38305
​McNeil, Brenda​1415 New Deal Potts Road
Portland, TN 37148
​McQueen, Ruth Henderson​670 River Road
Loudon, TN 37774
​Meadows, Robert and Stena​5295 Ottway Road
Greeneville, TN 37150
​Meeks, Claudia​4290 Swanson Way, Apt. 206
Castle Rock, CO 80109
​Merial Limited
c/o Todd Jennings
​465 Flat Creek Road
Lynchburg, TN 37352
​Miles, Mary Jane​439 Dugger Road
Culleoka, TN 38451-3125
Miller, Shirley211 E. Clark Boulevard
Murfreesboro, TN 37130
​Moore, Harry and Alice Ann​7409 Somerset Road
Knoxville, TN 37909
​Mote, Mitchell and Kathilu​6501 Windrow Road
Rockvale, TN 37153
​Nashville Area Association of Family and Consumer Sciences
c/o Sonya Patterson, President
​504 Mae Terrace
Madison, TN 37115
​The Carolene Mason Owen Family
c/o Charles Owen
​P.O. Box 205
Madisonville, TN 37354
​Parker, April128 Silent Forest Road
Canton, NC 28716
​Peace, Rural and Nancy​1400 Peace Lane
Cookeville, TN 38501
​Pederson (Amy Powell) Scholarship Endowment
c/o Amy Powell Pederson
​2201 Fillmore Avenue
Ames, IA 50010-4503
​Plaster, Michael and Maya​725 Mountain Pass Lane
Knoxville, TN 37923-5728
​Powell, Ben T.​4233B Poplar Hill Road
Watertown, TN 37184
​Purity Dairies, Inc.
c/o Miles Ezell
​360 Murfreesboro Road
Nashville, TN 37210
​Reeves, Kane​20 Winding Wood Drive
Three Mile, TN 38343
​Rhodes, Neil​2431 Center Drive, Room 252
Knoxville, TN 37996-4561
​Rich, Reyes and Carla​1225 Mill Road
Moss, TN 38575-5512
​River Valley AgCredit
c/o Gary Keith
​P.O. Box 309
Mayfield, KY 42066
​Robinson, Jimmy​226 N. Clinton Street, Unit 227
Chicago, IL 60661
​Robbins (Harold) Endowment Fund
c/o Mark Robbins
​2200 21st Avenue South, Suite 309
Nashville, TN 37212
​Sharp (John) Endowment Fund
c/o Helen Sharp
​5025 Mountaincrest Drive
Knoxville, TN 37918
​Shelby County 4-H Volunteer Leaders
c/o Shelby County Extension Office
​Agricenter International
7777 Walnut Grove Road, Suite 8
Box 21
Memphis, TN 38120
​Smith, Neal​373 Brandi Drive
Savannah, TN 38372
​Smith, Sally​1674 Allendale Drive
Nolensville, TN 37135
​Specialist Region TAE4-HW
c/o Ryan Hensley
​2621 Morgan Hall, Room 205
Knoxville, TN 37996-4510
​Spivey, Buz and Karen​237 Kings Pointe Lane
McMinnville, TN 37110
​Stanfill Scholarships
c/o Tennessee 4-H Foundation, Inc.
​2621 Morgan Circle, Room 205
Knoxville, TN 37996-4510
​Stark, Ann
(Ieula Lee Awards)
​1624 West Meade Drive
Lebanon, TN 37087
​State 4-H Dairy Endowment
c/o Jeff Mitchell
​256 River Drive, Room 251
Knoxville, TN 37996-4574
​State 4-H Entomology Fund
c/o Jennifer Tsuruda
​2431 Center Drive, Room 205
Knoxville, TN 37996-4560
​State 4-H Forestry Fund
c/o Larry Tankersley
​2431 Center Drive, Room 274
Knoxville, TN 37996-4563
​State 4-H Performing Arts/Recreation Fund
c/o Daniel Sarver
​2621 Morgan Circle, Room 205
Knoxville, TN 37996-4510
​State 4-H Photography Fund​2621 Morgan Circle, Room 104
Knoxville, TN 37996-4507
​Stewart, Jim and Katie​513 Five Oaks Boulevard
Lebanon, TN 37087-1350
​The Stockdale Family
c/o Gary Stockdale
​325 Saint Andrews Drive
Franklin, TN 37069-7087
​The Raymond Sutton Family
c/o Kathleen Sutton
​1238 Highway 321
Parrottsville, TN 37843-3307
​Sutton, Steve​5324 Rosebay Road
Knoxville, TN 37918-3343
​Tennessee 4-H Foundation, Inc.
c/o Ryan Hensley, Executive Director
​2621 Morgan Circle, Room 205
Knoxville, TN 37996-4510
​Tennessee Agricultural Production Association
c/o Diane Jenkins
​450 Tyson Store Mason Hall Road
Kenton, TN 38233
​Tennessee Association of Extension 4-H Workers
c/o Jamie Harris, President
​5201 Marchant Drive
Nashville, TN 37211
​Tennessee Beef Industry Council
c/o Valerie Bass, Executive Director
​128 Holiday Court, Suite 113
Franklin, TN 37067
​Tennessee Broadband Association​P.O. Box 7531
McMinnville, TN 37111
​Tennessee Cattleman’s Association
c/o Charles Hord, Executive Vice President
​826 Memorial Boulevard, Suite 102
Murfreesboro, TN 37129
​Tennessee Dairy Association
c/o Eric Goan
​506 Holly Hills Road, #17
Columbus, MS 39705
​Tennessee Department of Agriculture
c/o Charles Hatcher, Commissioner
​Ellington Agricultural Center
P.O. Box 40627, Melrose Station
Nashville, TN 37204
​Tennessee Electric Cooperative Association
c/o David Callis, Executive Vice President
​P.O. Box 100912
Nashville, TN 37224
​Tennessee Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences
c/o Justin Thomas, President
​95 Church Street, SE
Cleveland, TN 37311-6070
​Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation
c/o Jeff Aiken, President
​P.O. Box 313
Columbia, TN 38401
​Tennessee Farmers Cooperative
c/o Bart Krisle, President
​P.O.Box 3003
LaVergne, TN 37086
​Tennessee Feed and Grain Association
c/o Phyllis Ferguson, Secretary 
​13994 Versailles Road
Rockdale, TN 37153
​Tennessee Livestock Producers, Inc.
c/o Darrell Ailshie, General Manager
​P.O. Box 17
Thompson Station, TN 37179
​Tennessee Pork Producers, Inc.
c/o Phyllis Ferguson, Executive Vice President
​13994 Versailles Road
Rockdale, TN 37153
​Tennessee Poultry Association
c/o Dale Barnett, Executive Director
​P.O. Box 1525
Shelbyville, TN 37160
​Tennessee Farm Bureau Health Plans
c/o Anthony Kimbrough, CEO
​147 Bear Creek Pike
Columbia, TN 38411
​Tennessee Sheep Producers Association
c/o Mark Powell, Secretary
​4233 Poplar Hill Road
Watertown, TN 37184-4548
​Tennessee Veterinary Medical Association
c/o Deloris Gaines, Executive Director
​P.O. Box 803
Fayetteville, TN 37334
​Thompson (Harold F.) Memorial Fund
c/o Rita Loveday
​2054 Mentor Road
Louisville, TN 37777
​Tinkle, Karen Newsom​490 Rochelle Drive
Nashville, TN 3722o
​Tolley, Martha Jo​8833 Shoreham Boulevard
Knoxville, TN 37922-1475
​Truett, Tykey​742 Disco Road
Friendsville, TN 37737
​UTIA Retirees Association
c/o Ruth Henderson McQueen, President
​670 River Road
Loudon, TN 37774
​University of Tennessee
Herbert College of Agriculture
c/o Dr. Caula Beyl, Dean
​2621 Morgan Circle, Room 126
Knoxville, TN 37996-4500
​University of Tennessee
College of Education, Health and Human Sciences
c/o Dr. John Koontz, Dean
​335 Claxton Addition
1126 Volunteer Boulevard
Knoxville, TN 37996-0001
​University of Tennessee Extension
c/o Dr. Robert Burns, Dean
​2621 Morgan Circle, Room 121
Knoxville, TN 37996-4530
​University of Tennessee at Martin
College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences
c/o Dr. Todd Winters, Dean
​251 Brehm Hall
Martin, TN 38237
​Welch, Carlene​890 Hansmore Place
Knoxville, TN 37919-7194
​Welch, Jeff​1139 Greenridge Lane
Pittsburg, PA 15220
​Welch, Phylis​3801 SW 91st Drive
Gainsville, FL 32608
​Arthur Wells Memorial Scholarship
c/o The Wells Family
​1404 Larchmont Avenue
Louisville, KY 40215
​Westbrook, Etta Mae​249 Country Walk
Powell, TN 37849
​Wilkerson, Howard​146 Lakeview Circle
Clinton, TN 37716
​Willis, Alicia​2111 Winkler Road
Durham, N.C. 27712
​Willis, Amy​2376 Prairie Plains Road
Hillsboro, TN 37342
​Wilson, Mandy Mullinix​711 Woodland Drive
Lebanon, TN 37087
​Winnett, John D.​1612 15th Street NW, #1
Washington, DC 20009
​Wolters, Tim and Dee​2684 E. Sheepneck Road
Culleoka, TN 38451
​Yeary, Jenny​25 White Oak Farm Road
Crossville, TN 38572