Madison County’s finest were recognized at the annual 4-H Recognition program Sunday, December 2.
Outstanding 4-H members are nominated by their 4-H advisor who feels they have a 4-H’er that goes even beyond being caring, hardworking, energetic and dedicated. Their club member truly does everything that’s expected of them with a smile on their face. They are prime examples of what 4-H does for Youth in our County and are great representatives for the 4-H Program.
Whitney Stires, Speedy Spurs Livestock , was selected as this year's Sr. Outstanding Member.
Kayden Warnock, Helping Hands Happy Hearts and Emily Mathews, Jumpers and Flyers were selected as this year's Intermediate Outstanding Members.
Noah Haggy, Canaan Pathfinders and Hayes Smith of Helping Hands Happy Hearts were selected as this year's Junior Outstanding Members
Congratulations to these three 4-H members who have gone above & beyond the 4-H Motto, “To Make the Best Better”!
Congratulations to all our outstanding members! They both excel within their 4-H club, fair competitions, and extra curricular activities, and their community!