Congratulations 2018 4-H Project Record Participants!

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Dana Cloverbuds 4-H Club
Alayiah Gilmore
Grason Moore
Peyton
Hannah Owen
Bradley Capps
Grayson Corn
Maddie Socha
Ella Maynard
Braelyn Wilson
Manasseh Pace
Crystal Hemans
Caroline Lord
Emory Blanton
Taylor Sharpe
Natalie Sharp
Caleb Wilson
Filumena Willis
Rose Willis
Gavin Jones

Dana Wildcats 4-H Club
Bre Johnson
Aeriona Watkins
Allison Trejo Gomez
Madalynn Banks

Young Naturalists 4-H Club
Gavin Jones
Nicholas Jones
Emma Wilkie

Leaders in Training 4-H Club
Filumena Willis
Rose Willis
Agnes Willis
John Paul Torres
Gabbi Torres

Hoofbeats 4-H Club
Ivory Eatmon

Lab Rats 4-H Club
Ezra Mohammad
Elizabeth Lyda (2)
Elize Mohammad

Barnyard Bandits 4-H Club
Hannah Queen (2)
Tanner Queen
Haley Hargus
Molly McMinn

These 4-H project records will be on display at 4-H Achievement Night, Tues., Feb. 19, at Grace Lutheran Church, 1245 6th Ave W, Hendersonville, NC. All participants will receive a 4-H ribbon. Cloverbuds, ages 5 – 8, will receive goodie bags, to help them create 2019 project records. Funds from the Frankie Ruff Memorial Fund pay for Cloverbud awards. Participants, ages 9 – 18, will earn a blue or red ribbon. Blue means excellent work. Blue ribbon winners earn $10 from Henderson County 4-H. Red means good job, but your book needs more work. Henderson County 4-H can send two project records per age group and category to the district competition. District gold medal winners earn $50 from NC 4-H. 

It’s time to start working on a 4-H project record for 2019! For forms, visit the North Carolina 4-H website. Project records are due January 2, 2020, to the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Henderson County Center. Contact Denise_Sherrill@ncsu.edu if you have any questions. Here is the link for project record forms for Cloverbuds, ages 5–7 as of January 1.

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