Northwest Cloverleaf District’s Project Achievement

The Floyd County Cooperative Extension office hosted the Northwest Cloverleaf District’s Project Achievement for 4-H students on Saturday at Georgia Highlands College’s Floyd campus. 45 students from Floyd County participated in the event.

The Floyd County Cooperative Extension office hosted the Northwest Cloverleaf District’s Project Achievement for 4-H students on Saturday at Georgia Highlands College’s Floyd campus. Cloverleaf District Project Achievement provides an opportunity for 4-Hers in 4th-6th grades to showcase their talents and interest through public speaking, food labs and performing arts projects. Participants were provided with over 50 project areas to choose from.

A total of 579 youth representing 13 counties participated, including 45 students from Floyd County. The event served as a fundraiser for Floyd County 4-H to helps support scholarships to camps, conferences and competitive events.

Floyd County participants and their chosen project areas included Lilly Cantrell, first place, agricultural awareness; Sawyer McDaniel, second place, beef; Ethan Rollax, second place, bicycle; Mari Klaire Wilson, third place, and Dixie Melton, cat care; Lee Donahue, communication; Abby Moon, dog care and training; Callie Dempsey, first place, and Ethan Little, engineering and mechanics; Joe Rutledge, third place, and Brynn Proctor, environmental science; Addie Cordle, third place, food safety and preservation; Bryson Rosales, first place, and MaKenzie Long, general recreation; Stevie Shull, second place, general science; Sebastin Chavers, health; Thomas Jenkins, herpetology; Matthew Navarro, historic places and events; Mackenzie Poole, historic people; Nathan Morgan and Caleb Rieger, marine and coastal ecology; Ian Hulsey, third place, outdoor recreation; Brady Burgess, second place, and Jackson Walker, outdoor survival skills; Wyatt Crowley, second place, paleontology; Emmalyn Hann and Samuel Padgett, performing arts general; Ashlyn Williams, performing arts instrumental; Liam McRee, second place, performing arts vocal; Ansley Combes, first place, and Caroline Cole, second place, photography; Turner Crawford, third place, poultry and egg science; Avery McChargue, first place, and Alexis Gentry, third place, public speaking; Asher Cochran, second place, Jaila Powers, third place, and Ridge Hardaker, safety; Maggie Holbert, third place, sheep and meat goats; Joshua Girgis, first place, and Joseph Hope, sports team; Xander Tocco, second place, time and management; Jeffery Ingram, second place, wildlife; Ethan Howard, first place, Carter Nash, second place, and Olivia Sands, third place, workforce preparation.

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