4-H Youth Project Book Winners

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In February, Forsyth County 4-H members turned in records of their 4-H project work for the 2022 calendar year to be evaluated. Those youth earning Grand or Reserve Champion advanced to the District competition. The books begin when the young people set their goals of things that they want to learn AND do in their projects for the year in January of 2022. They add their accomplishments, a story, and a scrapbook to the book and turn it in for the judges to evaluate. Those youth ages 11-18 also add Citizenship, Leadership, and Community Service activities to the books. Project books do not advance to state competition.

Youth ages 13-18 are allowed to compile three years’ worth of work in one project area into a cumulative record form to be evaluated. These books also advance to district competition and the winner from each of the five Cooperative Extension districts advance to state competition. It is obvious that Forsyth County submitted excellent work!

Name Age Group Category Award
Lucy Mehaffey 11-12 Animal Science Gold
Norah Naff 8-10 Citizenship and Civic Education Gold
Luke Arrowood 16-18 Citizenship and Civic Education Silver
Caroline Tyler 8-10 Environment Science Silver
Rachel Patton 8-10 Environment Science Gold
James Tyler 13-15 Environment Science Silver
Sarah Patton 11-12 Family & Consumer Sciences Silver
Cana Hooker 13-15 Family & Consumer Sciences Silver
Cana Hooker 13-15 Healthy Lifestyles Silver
Ben Cook 13-15 Personal Development & Leadership Silver
Calloway Mehaffey 8-10 Science & Technology Silver
Rachel Patton 8-10 Science & Technology Bronze
Sarah Patton 11-12 Science & Technology Gold
Ben Cook 13-15 Science & Technology Silver
Luke Arrowood 16-18 Science & Technology Gold
Nathan Patton 16-18 Science & Technology Silver
Name Age Group Category District Award State Award
Ben Cook 13-15 Achievement Gold Gold
Cana Hooker 13-15 Health & Safety Gold Bronze
Luke Arrowood 16-18 Citizenship & Community Service Silver Silver
Luke Arrowood 16-18 Forestry & Natural Resources Gold Silver

The Electric Project Record Book and Portfolio winners will be announced at 4-H Electric Congress in July, so stay tuned for more winners!

For more information, email, April Bowman, Extension Agent, Livestock, Forages, and 4-H Youth Development at awbowman@ncsu.edu or call 336-703-2855 or Dr. Monique Pearce-Brady, Extension Agent, 4-H Youth Development at dmpearc3@ncsu.edu or call 336-703-2856.