Tucker County 4-H hosted its annual Achievement Day on Sunday, December 2. Youth and volunteers were recognized for their 2021 accomplishments, hard work and dedication.
Over 35 4-Her’s, volunteers and their families were in attendance. 4-H Program Assistant, Cindy Harsh welcomed the guest and was assisted by Jesica Streets, Agent -ANR in handing out awards.
Club leaders honored each 4-H member with individual member awards for project completion, and recognition of 1st year 4-Hers and recognition of clover buds.
4- Merit is awarded to newer 4-H members that demonstrate exceptional participation and enthusiasm for the program. Those awarded were Alissa Hebb, Bailey Lewis, Alaina Owens, Payton Clower and Shelby Hicks.
Citizenships awards are given members that show 4-H Citizenship in their club and community. Recipients include Jacob DeVilder, Rory Day, Ava Wilfong and Haley Tuttle.
Leadership awards are given to members that demonstrate outstanding leadership qualities. Recipients include Tabitha Adams, Owen Knotts, Laney Burns and Hannah Cussins.
I Dare You Leadership Award recognizes those who, with a little encouragement, are ready to see themselves as leaders – young adults who are ready to take the dare. This year both 2020 and 2021 youth were recognized. Recipients: 2020 were Kate Falls and Devin Witemore, 2021 were Camille Smith and Jacob DeVilder.
4-H Service is awarded to an adult volunteer that has contributed to the 4-H Program -A volunteer who donates their time to help wherever and whenever they can. Recipient Marcy Evick
FRIEND OF 4-H award is presented to an individual or business that has contributed materially or financially to the success of the 4-H Program. Recipient: Marvin “Bud” Parsons
Outstanding 4-H leader is given to a leader that has gone above and beyond the call of duty. Recipient: Vickie Carr
Outstanding 4-H member is presented to a member who best exemplifies the finest qualities of 4-H. Recipient: Owen Knotts