Dr. Richard Clark
November 12-18, 2017
4-H members can share the story of agriculture through reading ac-curate agriculture books to younger students in the community. This a great way to get students involved in 4-H and gain service hours for local honor clubs. It is encouraged to read non-fiction books this week to educate students. This activity is a great opportunity for junior and senior members.
Where to get books:
- Local Farm Bureau Literacy Library- located at local Farm Bureau offices
- TennesseeAg – a list of suggested books to read
For every class that the student reads to, their name is submitted into a drawing for a free Orca Chaser! Participating teacher is also entered in a raffle for the chance to win a $50 gift card.
Our goal for Tennessee 4-H is to have full participation from all 95 counties
Please take photos of your teen reading and e-mail them to Justin Crowe and/or post on FB and tag Tennessee 4-H. Additionally, please complete the attached feedback form and e-mail to Ms. Lou Nave .
For more information go to TennesseeAg website or email Emily Nave at email@example.com