4-H summer fun
STARKVILLE/FULTON – 10 members of Chickasaw County 4-H, along with six volunteers, attended annual State Club Congress at Mississippi State University in May, placing and showing well in various competitions.
State 4-H Club Congress is designed to supplement county 4-H programs by providing positive leadership and educational opportunities for senior 4-H members from across the state in an effort to develop these young people to their full potential to become productive citizens and catalysts for positive change to meet the needs of a diverse and changing society.
Club Congress results
Seed ID Judging
Nathan Smith, 2nd place
Bryton Isabell, 15th place
LaDarrius Yates, 16th place
LaTarrius Yates, 24th place
Alexis Smith, 5th place
Vet Science Pet Care Visual Presentation
Savanna Rhodes, 5th place
Nathan Smith, 4th place
LaTarrius Yates, 6th place
Bryton Isabell, 5th place
LaDarrius Yates, 13th place
Jacob Moore, Nicole Abrams, Alexis Smith, Daniel Worthey, 3rd place
Vet Science Clinical Judging
Savanna Rhodes, Red Ribbon
4-H volunteers who accompanied the group were Kathy Smith, Katherine Smith, Casi McCormick, Brenda Crawford and Jamar Reed.
On to Project Achievment Day
The younger 4-H members had their opportunity to shine at Junior Project Achievement Day in June. The event was held on the campus of Itawamba Community College in Fulton.
Volunteer Shameka Williams and 4-H member Megan Morgan accompanied the competitors who placed as follows:n Food and Nutrition Judging, Level 1
Shelby Abrams, 1st place
LaNasia Moore, 5th place
Clover Bud Exhibits
Nia Williams, Blue Ribbon
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