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Sevier County 4-H Poster Contest Winners Announced

Sevier County 4-H Poster Contest Winners Announced

Sevier County 4-H Poster Winners for 2014-2015 have been named, with over 2,180 posters entered in this years contest. Winners were named in four award categories. Awards are sponsored by the Sevierville Sunrise Rotary Club and the Glenda M Johnson Sevier County 4-H Endowment Fund. The top eight winners will receive $25.00. Twenty-fiver dollar winners are Rylie Jo Rawlings, Homeschool; Skylar Hall, Jones Cove; Zachary Wilson, Northview Intermediate; Claire Jenkins, Pigeon Forge Middle; Brennan Allen, Sevierville Middle; Catherine Cummings, Sevierville Middle; Kaitlyn Montemagno, Sevierville Middle; Victoria Clements, Sevier County High. In addition, the winning posters from Rylie Jo Rawlings, Homeschool Club; Brennan Allen and Catherine Cummings, Sevierville Middle will be entered in the State 4-H Poster Contest later this year.

Sevier County 4-H  Brennan Allen

Sevier County winning 4-H poster from Brennan Allen, Sevierville Middle School will be entered in the State Contest later this month.

Sevier County 4-H Rylie Jo Rawlings

Sevier County winning 4-H poster from Rylie Jo Rawlings, Homeschool 4-H will be entered in the State Contest later this month.

Sevier County 4-H Catherine Cummings

Sevier County winning 4-H poster from Catherine Cummings, Sevierville Middle School will be entered in the State Contest later this month.

Fifteen $15.00 winners were named and include: Abbie McCoy, Boyds Creek; Grady Branton, Catlettsburg; Mahaley Metcalf, Catlettsburg; Kestrel Troutman, Gatlinburg Pittman High; Olivia Browning, Homeschool; Cole Wilson, Northview Intermediate; Carolina Frias, Northview Intermediate; Preston Johns, Pi Beta Phi; Christy Newsom, Pigeon Forge High; Gavin Schmid    , Pigeon Forge Middle; Madison McKinzie, Sevierville Intermediate; Kelly Nguyen, Sevierville Intermediate; Benjamin Presnell, Sevierville Middle; Isaac Oliver, Seymour Intermediate; Tyson McFall, Wearwood.

Ten $10.00 dollar winners were named and include: Matthew Curry, Boyds Creek; Rylee Henry, Catons Chapel; Brandon Bagent, Catons Chapel; Kaylei Malone, New Center; Lexi Moreno, Sevierville Middle; Leslie Clay, Seymour Intermediate; Hayley McCreary, Seymour Intermediate; Dalton Rollins, Seymour Middle; Abigail Johnson, Seymour Middle; Sierra Chaney, Wearwood.

Twenty-one $5.00 dollar winners were named and include: Marvin Gutierrez Jr, Boyds Creek; Autumn McCarter, Catons Chapel; Nathaniel Rauhuff, Catlettsburg; Savanna Bacorn, Homeschool; Kaia Howard, Homeschool; Jacee Sutton, Jones Cove; Ethan White, New Center; Kaylee Eakin; New Center; Gavin Dombrowski, Northview Intermediate; Shivani Patel, Pi Beta Phi; Cole Kelly, Pigeon Forge Middle; Cooper Foster, Pigeon Forge Primary; Aubrey Daniels, Pigeon Forge Primary; Brielle Turner, Pittman Center; Matthew Perry, Pittman Center; Silas Knight, Sevierville Intermediate; Kristen Stump, Sevierville Intermediate; Dan Branton, Sevierville Middle; Lily Faidley, Sevierville Middle; Cassie Bartlett, Seymour Intermediate; Katy Daniels, Seymour Middle.

The University of Tennessee Extension administers the Sevier County 4-H program and offers educational opportunities like these to anyone in Sevier County regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, religion or veteran status and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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