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4-H Congress: A Tennessee Tradition with an Unexpected Twist

Tennessee 4-H Congress has been a tradition for over 70 years. 4-H’ers travel from their respective counties to learn more about government, become more active as high school 4-H’ers, recognize project and public speaking winners, and gain leadership skills. For many Tennessee 4-H’ers, Congress is the highlight of their time in the program.


Alumni Reunion Recap

Many longtime supporters of Tennessee 4-H gathered together recently for the Tennessee 4-H Alumni and Friends Annual Reunion.


Member Spotlight: Haylee Ferguson

Tennessee 4-H has over 186,000 great youth across the state! The Tennessee 4-H foundation is excited to be able to highlight a student each month for his or her outstanding work in the 4-H organization! The month of February's ‘Member Spotlight’ is Rutherford County 4-H’er, Haylee Ferguson. She is a Junior at Eagleville High School. Haylee is involved in the Leadership and Beef projects, Public Speaking and judging team activities. Most recently, Haylee competed in the National Western Round Up Meats Judging