4-H Project Achievement Day, brought together the best 4-H members in South East Tennessee. 4-H Members in fourth and fifth grades competed in the Project Demonstration contest.
4-H Members in the sixth, seventh and eighth grades competed in project displays with some competing in the Premier Exhibitor completion by submitting a Project Portfolio in their project area.
Results and participating in the 4-H project demonstration contest were 4-H members Will Paxton, 1st place, Electric Project and Emma Hardin, 4th place, Food Science Project.
Results in the Project Exhibit contest were Drew Rogers in Companion Animal Project winning second place and Premier Exhibitor. Gunner Collins won second place in the Wildlife Project. Jonathan Pippenger won second place and Premier Exhibitor in the Garden Project. Katherine Moates won second in the Health and Nutrition Project.
In the Performing Arts Project, Gideon Stewart won first place and Leah Greenwood won second place and Premier Exhibitor. Anna Fultz won first place in the Photography Project. In the Sheep Project, Keri Beth Cox won first place and Premier Exhibitor.
The 4-H members competed against other 4-H members from eight counties. Pictured are the Polk County 4-H Members with their awards at the contest. The Polk County 4-H Clubs and U.T. Extension offers its programs to all eligible persons regardless of race, color, age, national origin, sex, or disability. The Polk County 4-H Clubs would like to congratulate each participant on their accomplishments.