The 4-H/Youth Development program creates opportunities and supportive environments for youth and adults to become capable, competent and caring citizens. The emphasis is on "hands-on" learning that focuses on the youth's area of interest. Programs are conducted with the help of parents, adult volunteer leaders and professional staff who organize educational experiences. Youth participate in organized 4-H clubs, special interest and project groups, 4-H school enrichment programs, 4-H camp and other special activities.

4-H News
Congratulations to:

State Fair Class Winners -

     Allison Elkin - Junior Contour Drawing

     Brady Sammons - Battery Powered Circuits (Electric Division Reserve Champion)

     Elizabeth Middleton - Advanced Embroidery

     Kelsey Wilson - Sweet Peppers

     McKenzie Whitcher - Intermediate Crochet

Cheron Flaugher - 4th Place State Fair Poultry Judging Contest; Advances to National Poultry Conference

Elizabeth Middleton - 7th Place State Fair Poultry Judging Contest

Clover Level 1 Award Winners - Ethan Pope, Matthew Tomolonis, AJ Butler, Makayla Waggoner

Clover Level 2 Award Winners - Allison Elkin, Elizabeth Middleton, Cheron Flaugher, William Middleton

Clover Level 3 & Bronze Award Winners -Alyssa Navarre, Rickayln Rayburn, Riley Weaver

Silver Award Winner - Danielle Underwood

Kentucky State Fair Class Champions:

**Elizabeth Middleton (WCMS) - Embroidery Class Champion 

     & Needlework Division Grand Champion

**Jacob Greenhill (WCHS) - .Woodworking Class Champion

     & Division Reserve Champion

**Brady Sammons (CCA) - Electric DC Motor Class Champion

**Ashley Wilson (WCHS) - Honey Class Champion

Congratulations to:

**Claire Holbrook, Jazmine McCleese - 3rd Place State Communication Day

**Brady Sammons - 2nd Place State Communication Day

**Linsay Jessie, Lynnsey Bush  - State Horse Show Participants

 For a current Carter County 4-H calendar visit our Facebook Events page.

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