Haley Hargus Won the Commissioner James A. Graham 4-H Agriculture Trophy From NC 4-H

— Written By Denise Sherrill
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Congratulations to Haley Hargus for winning this state award honoring excellent work with her 4-H Portfolio, which lists three years of work in the beef project. Each year, NC 4-H honors the most outstanding 4-H’ers in Agriculture, Citizenship and Community Service, and Family and Consumer Sciences with three named trophies. Haley earned a gold medal with her 2019 portfolio at the district and state levels, and will receive $100 for her work from NC 4-H. She says, “I love 4-H because it is a huge part of my life and I learn about one of my favorite things which is agriculture. It has helped me make friends I will have forever and has helped me become a better person.”

Haley Hargus showing heifer at Mountain Sate Fair

This trophy is not the only award that Haley earned in 4-H this year. She was also inducted into the 4-H Honor Club, which is one of the highest forms of recognition a 4-H’er can receive. More information about the NC 4-H Honor Club.

It’s time to start working on your 2020 4-H project record or portfolio!

For forms and the NC 4-H Awards Handbook, visit this website4-H RecordbookProject records are due January 4, 2021, to the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Henderson County Center. Contact Denise_Sherrill@ncsu.edu or Hannah_Worrell@ncsu.edu if you have any questions. Make an appointment to meet one of them at the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Henderson County Center, for help you with your project record.
Here is the link for project record forms for Cloverbuds, ages 5–7 as of January 1: Cloverbud project record, age 5-7