4-Hers win poster contest

4-Hers win poster contest

Posted: Tuesday, March 1, 2011 8:01 pm

4-Hers win poster contest | Obion County 4-H

Each year the Obion County 4-H Program hosts a 4-H Poster contest.
These contests allow 4-Hers to express themselves creatively as well as to display an increase in knowledge of 4-H. Approximately 200 posters were submitted during in-class contests. From these, several posters were selected to compete at the county level.
Ten winners were chosen from the county competition. The top three winners will have the opportunity to have their posters judged at the state level.
The county winners included:
• First place — Dalton Owens with “4-H is a Blast!” He is a fourth-grader at Hillcrest and is the son of Amy Owens and Ronnie Owens of Troy.
• Second place — Leann Hopper with “Sharpen Your Skills in 4-H.” She is a fifth-grader at Hillcrest and is the daughter of Billy and Suzanne Hopper of Troy.
• Third place — Grace Kennedy with “4-H Keeps Me in Stitches.” She is a fifth-grader at Union City Elementary and is a member of the Union City Afterschool 4-H Club. She is the daughter of Pete and Lonna Kennedy of Union City.
• Fourth place — Laney Priest with “Let 4-H Bring Out Your True Colors.” She is a fourth-grader at Ridgemeont and is the daughter of Maegan Hendrix and Chad Priest of Union City.
• Fifth place — Jonathan Ryder with “4-H: Check It Out.” He is a seventh-grader at Union City Middle School and is a member of the Union City Afterschool 4-H Club. He is the son of Jay and Donna Ryder of Union City.
• Sixth place — Lindsey Crum with “Growing Minds One H at a Time.” She is a fifth-grader at Lake Road and is the daughter of David and Ellen Crum of Kenton.
• Seventh place — Jennan Dial with “I’m Leaping Over a 4-leaf Clover.” She is a sixth-grader at Hillcrest and is the daughter of Crystal Mead and Greg Dial of Union City.
• Eighth place — Nikki Carter with “Get in the Spirit of 4-H.” She is a sixth-grader at Hillcrest and is the daughter of Rick and Linda Carter of Obion.
• Ninth place — Nathan Eaves with “Fall Into Step With 4-H.” He is a fourth-grader at Lake Road and is the son of DeWayne and Laurie Eaves of Union City.
• 10th place — Anna Bright with “A Stitch in 4-H Time.” She is a fifth-grader at Hillcrest and is the daughter of John and Amy Bright of Troy.

Published in The Messenger 3.1.11

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