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Chattanoogan.com - Chattanooga's source for breaking local news Local 4-H Youth Represent Catoosa County At District Project Achievement

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4-H Project Achievement is a cornerstone in the Georgia 4-H program and its premiere public speaking and demonstration contest. This event provides an out-of-county educational experience and gives recognition for outstanding accomplishments in 4-H work. 4-H'ers who have been selected as county winners in various 4-H projects available to Cloverleaf 4-H members compete with other county winners in their district for district honors.

On Saturday, Jan. 22, 49 local fifth and sixth grade students boarded two school buses and traveled to Georgia Highlands College to represent our county at the 4-H Cloverleaf District Project Achievement Contest. Project categories range from Agricultural Awareness, Performing Arts, and Outdoor Survival Skills to Veterinary Science. Some project categories had over 20 participants competing.There were 10 counties represented at this event, with 331 youth competing and an estimated 750 parents in attendance.

4-H’ers participated at a county level competition during 4-H In-School Educational Meetings during the month of November. In December, county winners were given a letter of invitation to advance to the district level competition. Many hours of preparation from county extension staff, parents and participating youth went into this event.

Cooperative Extension Staff Julia Willingham, Caleb Millican, Roberta Pepper, and Patrick Peterson completed a range of tasks from judging to overseeing food demonstrations. Northwest 4-H District Board Members Avery Cross, Jenna Dekich, Jake Brown, and Rori Pepper presided over the final assembly.Teen Leaders McKinley Pepper, Chloe Hutchins, Katie Wagner, Abigail Eaker, Ceci Ward, and Rion Peterson also served as community service leaders, hall monitors and carnival helpers.

Chattanoogan.com - Chattanooga's source for breaking local news Local 4-H Youth Represent Catoosa County At District Project Achievement

All youth attending are congratulated for their success and for representing Catoosa County well. 4-H’ers competing and their categories are as follows:

Cassie Bevil Arts4th Place

Rain Kachel Cat Care 6th Place

Ella GilesCompanion Animal Science3rd Place

Paisley SherwoodCompanion Animal Science2nd Place

Emran SelimovicComputer Information Technology 3rd Place

Aly Varner Computer Information Technology 5th Place

Olivia DebterCrafts3rd Place

Zoey Martel Crafts3rd Place

Chevy Dove Current People and Events2nd Place

Aaron BlevinsDog Care and Training2nd Place

Quinn BrantleyDog Care and Training 1st Place

Kaylii KellettDog Care and Training 6th Place

Vallie ReevesEntomology1st Place

Zane Horne Environmental Science3rd Place

Tyler WatsonEnvironmental Science1st Place

Alex DodsonFood Fare 2nd Place

Brynlie Weber Food Fare1st Place

Izzy DonnellyFruits, Vegetables, and Nuts1st Place

Dalton Boss General Recreation 6th Place

Landon Crawford General Recreation 3rd Place

Emina MehmedovicHealth 6th Place

Ella Meller Health 5th Place

Allie O’DonnellHealth 2nd Place

Angelina PereiraHealth 3rd Place

Teagan CowlesHerpetology2nd Place

Summer TalleyHistoric Place and Events5th Place

Logan Wallin Historic People5th Place

Evan Wills Historic People4th Place

Yogi Patel Horse4th Place

Caris Rich Human Development1st Place

Vivien KwonInternational1st Place

Ayush SharmaInternational5th Place

Kristiana VazquezInternational6th Place

Henry IngleMarine and Coastal Ecology 4th Place

Macy SatterfieldMarine and Coastal Ecology 2nd Place

Whitney WeisbergMarine and Coastal Ecology 1st Place

Evan SeelyPaleontology1st Place

Anna McKissick Performing Arts1st Place

Eli RymerPoultry Science 1st Place

Aaliyah HillPublic Speaking2nd Place

Lila FaithSheep and Meat Goats 1st Place

Dre AndersonSports Individual5th Place

Izzy FoxSports Individual4th Place

Madelyn Kubler Sports Team7th Place

Eli Pepper Sports Team2nd Place

Bryson WheelusSports Team3rd Place

Addison Wilson Sports Team1st Place

Jeb WatkinsTarget Sports4th Place

Emma Brandes Workforce Preparation 5th Place

For more information on 4-H programs and activities, please contact the Catoosa County Cooperative Extension at (706) 935-4211 or follow on Facebook at Catoosa 4-H.