“Seeing County volunteers become certified 4-H Instructors, with all their energy and enthusiasm, then turning that energy into real 4-H development is a wonderful thing.”
Tennessee 4-H has partnered with the University of Tennessee Admissions Office to provide 4-H’ers from around the state with the Next Chapter Program. The Next Chapter Program is designed to help 4-H’ers to be successful in both college and career endeavors.
Mary Beth Antunes has turned a lifetime of 4-H into a family affair.
“The Loudon County 4-H livestock program is built on the foundation that Greer, along with her 4-H agents, helped lay. Any 4-H’er who has come through the livestock program in the last 10 or 15 years has been touched by Greer’s involvement.”
“4-H helped me experience a larger world. It provided me with lifelong friends and it led me to my career at TDA. I was just a little 4-Her from Rhea County. And I didn’t get it then. But I get it now.”
Alex Crockett, who participated in the Fentress County 4-H program, was named one of the University of Tennessee's record-breaking 19 Fullbright Scholarship recipient.
Being a member of Tennessee 4-H sure has some benefits!
Over the last several years, Tennessee 4-H alumni, friends and members have had the opportunity to participate in an annual Titans 4-H Day, which includes a special ticket rate and tailgate before the game.
This year’s academic conference marked the 30th anniversary of the Tennessee Junior High Academic Conference.
Meet Grace Harville, the chef behind Smith County Chamber Corner’s popular show, “Seasoned with Grace.”