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Sevier County 4-H Posters to Compete in State Contest

Sevier County 4-H Posters to Compete in State Contest

Sevier County 4-H Poster Winners for 2016-2017 have been named from over 2,150 4-H 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 eleven winners will receive $25: Kendall Grosser,Boyds Creek; Eliza Sergent, Catlettsburg; Kai Howard, Catlettsburg; Jackson Case, Catons Chapel; Savanna Ross, Jones Cove; Kasidy Cates, Homeschool; Kaylin Milam, Northview Intermediate; Christy Newsom, Pigeon Forge High; Grady Elizabeth Judd, Sevierville Intermediate; Shelby Koerten, Sevierville Middle; Jaise Jenkins, Seymour Middle. In addition the winning posters from Kendall Grosser, Boyds Creek Elementary; Jaise Jenkins, Seymour Middle; and Eliza Sergent, Catlettsburg will be entered in the State 4-H Poster Contest later this year.

Fifteen $15 winners were named and include: Madeline Ballew, Boyds Creek; Hayden Smith, Catlettsburg; Callie Clabo, Catons Chapel; Brook Pack, Homeschool; Hayden Akers, New Center; Logan Boyd, Northview Intermediate; Molly Smith, Pi Beta Phi; Kaleigh Brewer, Pigeon Forge Middle; Tavin Morgan, Pigeon Forge Middle; Jackson Bonner, Pigeon Forge Primary; Rosalind Branton, Sevierville Intermediate; Grady Branton, Sevierville Middle; Andrew Spinosa, Sevierville Middle; Blake Crisler, Seymour Intermediate; Lily Mize, Seymour Middle.

Sevier County 4-H Posters to Compete in State Contest

Ten $10 dollar winners were named and include: Milano Gutierrez, Boyds Creek; Reed Bull, Catlettsburg; Luke Deacon, Homeschool; Molly Bohanan, New Center; Reese Hutchins, New Center; Josie Horner, Northview Intermediate; Ethan Wang, Pi Beta Phi; Patricia Nottage, Sevierville Intermediate; Joslin Nave, Sevierville Middle; Lane Treadway, Wearwood.

Twenty-two $5 dollar winners were named and include: Olivia Jarrell, Boyds Creek; Breanna Betscher, Catlettsburg; Denver Trent, Catons Chapel; Olivia Browning, Homeschool; Katelyn Hedrick, Homeschool; Shelby Hodges, Homeschool; Joleen Campbell, Jones Cove; Alexis Smitley, Jones Cove; Jenna Rilly, Northview Intermediate; Damian Fulk, Pigeon Forge Middle; Mackenzie Lynch, Pigeon Forge Middle; Elizabeth Hedrick, Pigeon Forge Primary; Connor Wichert, Pigeon Forge Primary; Ashly Turcios, Pi Beta Phi; Jorja Bennett, Pittman Center; Ryle Ownby, Pittman Center; John Thomas Mintz, Sevierville Intermediate; Nathaniel Palcone, Sevierville Middle; Eli Henderson, Seymour Intermediate; Kyle Oliver, Seymour Intermediate; Elle Wlas, Seymour Middle; Grace Kelley, Wearwood.

The University of Tennessee Extension 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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