This month, we profile Jerome Linyear, a Collegiate 4-H/FFA member at the University of Tennessee – Knoxville.
In June 2020, Justin Crowe fulfilled a lifelong dream when
For Harry and Alice Ann Moore, supporting 4-H is about
As the new president for the Tennessee 4-H Alumni, Matt Fennel is focused on growing its reach across the state.
Tennessee 4-H leaders have met the challenges of 2020 with
Daniel Sarver has been a passionate leader and proponent of Tennessee 4-H for many years. In his new role as Volunteer Specialist, he hopes to propel 4-H into the future and get more people involved as volunteers.
Each summer, sixth, seventh and eighth graders eagerly travel to UT Knoxville, attend classes, learn about their projects, visit Dollywood, make lifelong friends and much more. But this summer, that was no longer possible to do in person. But with the creativity of 4-H state staff, specialists and volunteers, Academic Unconference was born and pulled off successfully.
Tennessee 4-H Congress has been a tradition for over 70 years. 4-H’ers travel from their respective counties to learn more about government, become more active as high school 4-H’ers, recognize project and public speaking winners, and gain leadership skills. For many Tennessee 4-H’ers, Congress is the highlight of their time in the program.
Tennessee 4-H wouldn’t see its great success without the support of so many generous donors like William “Bear” Stephenson.
Meet Isaac Chandler, 4-H Congress Speaker of the Senate.