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
For many 4-H’ers, the most valuable lessons come from the volunteers and leaders who spend their time and resources impacting the development of youth. For Michelle Cunningham, this holds especially true.
2018 was a big year for the Tennessee 4-H Foundation! Thanks to friends like you, 4-H youth across the state are able to participate in a variety of events last year.
In March, delegates from around the state will convene for the 72nd Annual Tennessee 4-H Congress. Meet this year's officers.
“I learned to appreciate the value of giving back through 4-H and I have never forgotten the value of community service during my lifetime."