Around the state, 4-H’ers are working tirelessly to serve the organization and make it better for generations to come. Among these stellar students is Leiah Wilkins.
In May, Tennessee 4-H experienced the unexpected loss of one of the organization’s brightest stars, Rebekah Lemley.
Williamson County 4-H’ers are steering food donations in the right direction through the Pay it Forward initiative.
When it comes to partnerships, it’s hard to think of two organizations that have worked more closely together than Tennessee 4-H and Farm Credit Mid-America. From donations and activities on the county level to statewide program sponsorships, Farm Credit’s relationship with 4-H – backed by its nearly 100,000 customers – has been an important partnership for everyone involved. Through a new initiative, Farm Credit Mid-America is matching all gifts to 4-H up to $11,000. With more than 1,200 employees covering a four-state
Every summer, 4-H'ers from around the state have the opportunity to participate in any of the many camps and activities offered. One of the most popular? Tennessee 4-H Electric Camp.
Over the past year, the Tennessee 4-H program has conducted an extensive internal program review in order to maintain the program’s excellence.
Like most seniors in high school, Caroline Brooks is busy with a wide array of activities, including serving as the 4-H State Council Vice President.
Tennessee 4-H is only able to thrive because of the very generous volunteers and donors who work tirelessly to support the program; among those donors is Mary Mantooth.
For nearly two decades, residents of Middle Tennessee have relied on Lisa Spencer’s weather report on News Channel 4 to plan their days and stay safe during severe weather. Spencer credits her success to many of the skills she learned during her time in 4-H.
With the end of the school year quickly approaching, Tennessee 4-H is getting amped up for even more fun at the many summer camps offered. 4-H Summer Camps are a great way for youth around the state to stay involved with the program throughout the summer while learning a variety of new skills and fostering new friendships. At the end of May, sixth through 10th-grade youth participants have the opportunity to attend the Outdoor, Wildlife, Leadership and Service Camp, otherwise known as