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Local 4-H members compete at state

Kayla Belk received the highest honor a TN 4-H member can receive: Vol State.

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4-H members from across Tennessee gathered at the University of Tennessee at Martin for State 4-H Roundup and All Star Conference. The 94th anniversary of the event, which took place July 24-28, recognized the outstanding project work and leadership accomplishments of senior high 4-H members.  Approximately 300 high school age 4-H’ers from across Tennessee met for several days on the UT Martin campus.
4-H’ers competed in projects such as communications, livestock, computers and technology, and photography for college scholarship money and trips to National 4-H Congress in Atlanta. The State 4-H theme in 2017 is “Tennessee 4-H: Made ...

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