NC 4-H Rifle Team Placed 4th Overall at the National Shooting Sports Invitational
The NC 4-H Rifle Team placed 4th in silhouettes, 3rd in CMP and 4th overall at the National Shooting Sports Invitational in Grand Island Nebraska, June 21 – 26. The pictures are of Hannah Worrell, the Henderson County member of the NC 4-H team. Congratulations Hannah, Rifle Coach Andrew Perry, and Shooting Sports Coach Chip Worrell!
Hannah was also awarded the 2014 Portfolio Gold Medal in Family Consumer Science, the Carolyn Smith Ivey 4-H College Scholarship and the 2015 Dr. Eloise Cofer Family & Consumer Science Trophy. This trophy is awarded to top young person in Family Consumer Science. Hannah was chosen due her outstanding 4-H record work. Hannah started sewing, and entering garments in the 4-H Fashion Revue, when she was 5. She sewed garments and entered them in the 4-H Fashion Revue for many years. Her new love is quilting, and she created the quilt block representing Henderson County for the NC 4-H Quilt.
Hannah was recognized at the 4-H Donor Event during 4-H Congress in 2015. She was presented with a plaque, and also received the traveling trophy. The trophy is housed at N.C. Cooperative Extension, Henderson County Center, to showcase the great work Hannah has done.
Hannah currently serves as the Council President of Henderson County 4-H. She is a student at Blue Ridge Community College, and works at Orchard Lake Campground.