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Johnson County 4-H students showcase skills at sub-regional competition

Pictured L-R: (front) Brookelyn Lawley, Gavin Curd, Brylee Gentry, Shayla Sileo, Chole Sutherland (back) Jocelyn Stout, Landell Walker, Joshua Ransom, and Dalton Ward. Photo submitted

Submitted by
Danielle Pleasant

Winners of the county achievement contest were invited to attend the sub-regional Upper 8 Achievement Day competition on Thursday, May 9, in Bulls Gap.
Students from eight Upper East Tennessee counties showcased their knowledge and skills with demonstrations and tabletop exhibits ranging the twenty-six 4-H project areas.
From clothing to cows and food to forestry, our students’ exhibited their very best project work.
“We are so proud of our youth and their accomplishments,” said Danielle Pleasant with UT/TSU Extension – Johnson County.
“They have worked hard to
get to this level of
winning first in their classroom competition, then again at the county level.”
Pleasant said that the group showcased the talents and skills of nine dedicated 4-H’ers that traveled to
the competition and represented Johnson County
“Congratulations to all our winners and a special thanks to all the parents and supporters of our youth and 4-H program,” she said.
In the 4th grade, division participants include: Brylee Gentry placing 1st in Line and Design and Gavin Curd placing 1st in Performing Arts and Recreation
In the 5th grade, division participants include Dalton Ward placing 1st in Beef; Brookelyn Lawley placing 2nd in Clothing and Textiles; Chloe Sutherland placing
1st Companion Animal; Shayla Sileo placing 1st in Food Science and Jocelyn Stout placing 2nd in Line and Design.
In the 6th-8th grade,
division participants include: Joshua Ransom placing 1st in Citizenship and Landell Walker placing 1st in forestry, wildlife, and fisheries.