5th Annual Smith County 4-H Banquet Celebrates Smith County Youth

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Smith County 4-H hosted its fifth annual 4-H Banquet on Thursday, November 3, 2022. 4-H members, their families, volunteers, and supporters gathered at the Smith County Ag Center to celebrate our 4-H’ers accomplishments from the previous year.

We were pleased to recognize nearly 30 Smith County 4-H members for their outstanding club work, contest participation, and community involvement.

Smith County 4-H recognized each member present for their accomplishments, along with presenting several additional awards.

Kara Brooks was recognized as the Smith County Outstanding Jr. 4-H member. Turner Harville was named the Outstanding Jr. High 4-H member, and Gabe Harville received the award for Outstanding Senior High 4-H member. Abby Malone and Carson Meeks were also recognized as graduating seniors.

The Smith County Fair Board received the Friend of Smith County 4-H award for their continued support of the program.

We would like to especially thank Smith County Farm Bureau for sponsoring our meal and helping make our banquet possible!

The 4-H Youth Development Program delivers programs through cooperative efforts of the University of Tennessee, Tennessee State University, and public and private sector volunteers. 4-H educational programs are offered to all youth, grades 4-12, on an age-appropriate basis, without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, or disability. For further information concerning the many opportunities that 4-H has to offer the youth in Smith County, call 615-735-2900.

Front Row- Kara Brooks, Kolt Ortiz Schulz, Mackenzie Judd, Jay Driver, C.J. Hiett, Maddux Parker, and John-Haynes Winkler
Second Row- Makenna Hassler, Levi Ferrell, Emmy Bibbings, Hank Croslin, Erin Hensley, Tana Harville, Caleb Hensley, Easton Bibbings, Kynlee Davis, and Maicy Loreto
Back Row- Cheyenne Ricketts, Gabe Harville, David Ferrell, Owen Meeks, Nathan Goodman, Turner Harville, Gage Blair, Abby Purtee, Carson Meeks, and Abby Malone