By allowing ads to appear on this site, you support the local businesses who, in turn, support great journalism.
Effingham youth turn out for 4-H event at EMS
Ben Heller receives a first place ribbon from Courtney Aliffi. - photo by Photo provided

Fifth and sixth graders anxiously await the beginning of County Project Achievement competition. Youth competed in project areas ranging from agriculture to workforce preparedness and career development.  

The event was held at Ebenezer Middle School and hosted by the Effingham County 4-H Clubs.  Community volunteers, 4-H teen leaders and the Cooperative Extension and 4-H educational staff helped make the event a great success.  Competing in the event were Ashley Pevey, Taylor Couch, Mikayla Neal, Bailey Thompson, Ashley Sanders, Taylor Mann, Shandrea Leverett, Ciara Hawkins, Allison Morris, David Vickory, Drew Teston, Faith Deal, Jessica Fussell, Wychovia Davis, Graeme Young, Caile Wells, Phoenix Truitt, Matthew Beech, Breanna Brisendine, Garrett Lewis, Adrianna Paulk(HS),  Ansley Leonhardt, Brant Huff, Allisa Gordon, Allison Porter, Destiny Hartfield, Tyler Moon, Samantha Rodriquez, Destiny Pettway, Carli Royal, Katie Garner, Ryan Jackson, Samantha McDuffie, Kristopher Rubrecht, Amber Hilton, Zane Harrison, Logan McDonald, Jocelyn Price, Chelsea Eddy, Courtney Sellers, Diana Shell, Alexandria Parrish, Haley Coulter, Azlynn Lambert, Raquel Hazzard, Quinton Hall, Bryson Arnsdorff, Jonathon Harrell, John Conner, Austin Norwood, Bailey Morris, Benjamin Heller, Sydney Powell, Ashlyn Santiago, Logan Fowler, Hanna Winston, Sara Hampton, Eliza Youmans, and Bailey Morgan.

Submitted by:
Jan M. Hall
County Extension Agent, 4-H and Youth Development
University of Georgia College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
Effingham County