In February, seven Paulding County 4-H’ers joined almost 350 4-H youth and leaders for 4-H Day at the Capitol. While in Atlanta, they met with their senators and representatives and saw the Senate in session.
Paulding County Cloverleaf 4-H’ers, competed at District Public Achievement (DPA) at Georgia Highlands College in Rome. This year there were 12 counties represented with 560 competitors. Project Achievement is a public speaking competition.
Congratulations to Kynsley Westmoreland and Kaylin Dills for their achievement at the 4-H District Project Achievement competition!
Paulding County welcomes Patty McIver as the new 4-H agent with Paulding County UGA Extension. Patty assumed this position on December 1 st and has hit the ground running.
On October 5 th , 2016 the Paulding County 4-H Food Challenge Team took home Third Place at the National Food Challenge Competition in Dallas, Texas.
Georgia 4-H’s 172,354 student members will celebrate National 4-H Week Oct. 2-8. During the week, the state’s largest youth development organization wants to raise awareness of the program that started as a club for farm kids and has grown into a place that helps youth become successful and confident adults.
Paulding County 4-H Is Proud To Recognize Excellence in 4-H Forestry Judging! The Paulding County 4-H Forestry Judging team recently competed at the Northeast District Forestry Judging Competition Wahsega 4-H Center.
PC 4-H’ers Compete at State 4-H Congress. Four Paulding County 4-H students competed at State 4-H Congress in Atlanta, Georgia July 26-29, 2016. Competitors included: Madison Thomason, Jamie Babecka, Aaren Schertler, and Josh Kudwa.
Aaren Schertler a Senior home school 4-H’er took first place in the Companion Animal Science project at State 4-H Congress in Atlanta on July 27th.