4-H Achievement Night and Leaders Recognition Celebration

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Currituck County 4-H hosted its Annual 4-H Achievement Night and Leaders Recognition Celebration at Currituck County Extension on January 25th, 2018. Achievement Night recognizes 4-H members for their outstanding accomplishments in Projects, Public Speaking, Leadership, Citizenship and Volunteerism. We also recognize our volunteers; thanking them for their hard work and commitment to the Currituck County 4-H program.

Awards for Outstanding Volunteer Service were presented to the following:

Ms. Heather Campbell received the 4-H Club Leader of the Year; recognizing her outstanding leadership and service to the 4-H program. Heather is the leader of the SteamPunks STEM Club and the RoboRapters Robotics Club.

The Currituck Sharp Shooters, led by Ms. Kathy Melton, was named the 2017 4-H Club of the year.

Youth were recognized for their achievements in public speaking, project knowledge, skills and record keeping, and volunteerism. Youth awards were:

District and State Public Speaking Presentations: Tucker Melton, Gregory Dozier, Abbigail Owens, Alexis Berg, Sammy Shawgo,  Riley Newsham, Ayden Berry, Ashton Lowe, Cayden Lowe, Gabe Campbell, Elijah Campbell, Armani Rasco, Bela Williams, Billy Grant-Beasley, Alliyah Kato, Carsyn Sawyer and Jackson Surbaugh.

Project Record Books are records of accomplishments compiled by 4-H’ers to record concepts learned in a particular subject matter.

The Best Project Book winners for 2017 were:

Cloverbud Superstars (5-8 yr old): Bella Vaughn, Amanda Jennings, Avrie Cahoon, Hunter Zoeller, Caleb Minton, Ayden White, JeKeith Cowell, and Karleigh Meads.

9-10 Year Old:

Best Animal Science: Elijah Campbell

Best Healthy Lifestyles: Sammy Shawgo

Best Citizenship: Elijah Campbell

Best Science & Technology: Billy Grant-Beasley

11-12 Year Old:

Best Animal Science: Ava Crow

13-15 Year Old:

Best Animal Science: Shyanne McLeod

Best Citizenship: Gabriel Campbell

Best Science & Technology: Gabriel Campbell

16-18 Year Old:

Best Animal Science: Jordan Starcher

Best Leadership & Personal Development: Tucker Melton

Outstanding 4-H Members of the Year were selected for the overall level of excellence in their 2017 4-H program work. This year’s 4-Hers of the year were: 9-10 Elijah Campbell; 11-12 Caydon Lowe; 13-15 Gregory Dozier and 16-18 Tucker Melton.

Tucker Melton was also awarded his 4-H Jacket for his outstanding accomplishments in the 4-H program.

Outstanding Teen Volunteer of the Year: Joshua Key.

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Congratulations to all of our award winners. It was a great evening of celebration and recognition of 4-H making the best better.

4-H is North Carolina’s largest youth development organization, equipping more than 247,000 young people each year with the skills to succeed and improve the world around them. 4-H programs and camps encourage young people to “learn by doing,” helping them to develop into active, contributing citizens. NC State Extension and the Cooperative Extension Program at N.C. A&T State University coordinate 4-H programs statewide.

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