Six Polk County 4-H members competed in the Eastern Region Achievement Day activities held in Decatur on May 17. Four 4-H members participated in the fourth-grade division. Sui Jacobi placed first with her Food Science project, Virginia Chambers placed second with her Line and Design Project, Keri Beth Cox placed first with her Sheep Project and Gideon Stewart placed first with his Performing Arts project. Participating in the Junior Division was Allie Dill who placed first with her Food Science project. Participating in the Junior high Division and placing first was Shelby Lillard with her Companion Animal Project. The 4-H members competed against other 4-H members from eight counties. Fourth- and fifth-grade members presented a three-minute demonstration on the project. They were judged on their presentation and knowledge of the project. Junior high members presented a display of their project and were judged on presentation and their ability to answer questions on their project. From left, front, are Gideon Stewart and Sui Jacobi; back row, Shelby Lillard, Keri Beth Cox, Allie Dill, and Virginia Chambers.