Congratulations 2017 4-H Project Record Participants!

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A 4-H project record is a summary of your work in 4-H. Henderson County 4-H members completed thirty-four 2017 project records! Fifteen of these were from the Dana Cloverbud 4-H Club, ages 5 – 8. There were 19 cloverbud project records all together. Judges scored the project records for ages 9 – 18, and decided if they earned blue or red ribbons. Blue ribbon project records are excellent quality, and are awarded $10 from Henderson County 4-H. Red ribbon means that the project record could have used more work. Judges selected 12 blue ribbon project records. These will go on to the district competition, and have the chance to earn $50 if they are selected as the district gold medalists in their age group and category. 4-H alumni tell us the two things in 4-H that helped them most in life were project records, where they learned to set goals, and record what they did and learned, and presentation, where they learned public speaking skills. Both Denise and Sue are available to help with project records throughout the year.

Congratulations 2017 4-H Project Record Participants!

Animal Science
Shyanne Capps               9-10
Jeremy Taylor                 11-12
Molly McMinn               11-12
Haley Hargus                  13-15
Tanner Queen                 13-15
Hannah Herman            13-15

Citizenship & Civic Ed.
Hannah Queen                11-12

Communication Arts
Bryson Capps                 13-15
Gabriella Torres              13-15

Environmental Science
Isaiac Swekosky             9-10
Zach Swekosky              11-12
Emma Wilkie                  13-15

Healthy Lifestyles
Ivey Wilkie                     16-18

Personal Development
Lanetta Capps                 9-10

Science & Technology
John Paul Torres             9-10

Cloverbuds Ages 5-8
Dalton Crane
Avery Capps
Keyton Crane
Nicholas Jones
Madalynn Banks
Stella McKinney
Ella Maynard
Emory Blanton
Caroline Lord
Piper Pace
Allison Trejo Gomez
Braelyn Wilson
Adriona Domizes
Grayson Corn
Evan Fortin
Breana Johnson
Eliott Bowen
Emma Aiken
Manasseh Pace

It’s time to start working on a 4-H project record for 2018!
For forms, visit this website:
Project records are due January 2, 2019 to the N.C. Cooperative
Extension, Henderson County Center. Contact
if you have any questions. Here is the link for project record forms for

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Photo of Denise SherrillDenise SherrillExtension Agent, 4-H Youth Development (828) 697-4891 denise_sherrill@ncsu.eduHenderson County, North Carolina
Posted on Jan 31, 2018
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