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Sevier County 4-H Baking And Photography Contest Winners

Sevier County 4-H Baking And Photography Contest Winners

What do you get when you give young people the opportunity to develop their photography and baking skills? You get over 200 4-H members participating in the annual County 4-H Baking and Photography Contest.

4-H PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST WINNERS

Regina Starkey, a local professional photographer of Honeysuckle Hills, judged the photography contest. Pigeon Forge Rotary Club sponsored award ribbons and plaques. Lakelynn Hill’s image “Got Some Mail” was named the Best of Show. Lakelynn is a student at Catlettsburg Elementary School.

Sevier County 4-H Photography Winners

Sevier County 4-H Photography Winners (from left – front row) Mary Brown – Pigeon Forge Rotary, Kendall Mills, Emily Underwood, Rachel Cole and Richard Chavez. (from left – back row) Breckenridge Morgan – Pigeon Forge Rotary, Jayden Cupp, Christy Newsom, Kayla Harris, Chance Loveday and Don Gibson – Pigeon Forge Rotary. Photo Credit: Heather Burkhart Photography

Sevier County 4-H Photography Winners

Sevier County 4-H Photography Winners (from left – front row) Mary Brown – Pigeon Forge Rotary, Reid Thomason, Delaney Shults, Kaylyn Jarius, Don Gibson – Pigeon Forge Rotary. (from left – back row) Breckenridge Morgan – Pigeon Forge Rotary, Nate Sams, Sara Hunt, Maddie Ballew, Lakelyn Hill. Credit: Heather Burkhart Photography

Younger Division Animals
1st place – Reid Thomason, Seymour Intermediate
2nd place – Ashley Carr, Boyds Creek

Older Division Animals
1st place – Sara Hunt, Catons Chapel
2nd place – Nate Sams, Homeschool

Younger Division Building
1st place – Jayden Cupp, Seymour Intermediate
2nd place – Kendall Mills, Catlettsburg

Older Division Building
1st place – Christy Newsom, Pigeon Forge High School
2nd place – Emily Underwood, Sevierville Middle

Younger Division Landscape
1st place – Rachel Cole, Pi Beta Phi
2nd place – Caroline Medellin, Sevierville Middle

Older Division Landscape
1st place – Olivia Browning, Homeschool
2nd place – Richard Chavez, Pigeon Forge Middle

Younger Division People
1st place – Kayla Harris, Sevierville Middle
2nd place – Rachel Cole, Pi Beta Phi

Older Division People
1st place – Christy Newsom, Pigeon Forge High School
2nd place – Chance Loveday, Sevierville Middle

4-H BAKING CONTEST WINNERS

Staff and students from the Rel Maples Institute of Culinary Arts judged the Baking Contest. Jason Whitaker, Farm Bureau Insurance Agent, sponsored the awards, ribbons and plaques.

Sevier County 4-H Baking Winners

Sevier County 4-H Baking Winners (from left – front row) Zoe Marcum, Charlie Majors, Katherine Gomez, Kimberly McIntyre. (from left – back row) Angel Coco, Katelyn Hedrick for Madleyn Hedrick, Rachel Cole, Haley Thomason and Lindsey Hedrick. Photo Credit: Heather Burkhart Photography

4th Grade Chocolate Chip Cookies
1st place – Angel Coco, Pigeon Forge Primary
2nd place – Zoe Marcum, Homeschool

5th Grade Sugar Cookies
1st place – Madelyn Hedrick, Homeschool
2nd place – Charlie Majors, Catlettsburg

6th Grade Sugar Cookies
1st place – Katherine Gomez, Sevierville Middle
2nd place – Rachel Cole, Pi Beta Phi

7th – 8th Grade Bar Cookies
1st place – Haley Thomason, Sevierville Middle
2nd place – Kimberly McIntyre, Sevierville Middle

9th – 12th Grade Bar Cookies
1st place – Lindsey Hedrick, Homeschool

The photography and baking contest are two of the many opportunities available to 4-H members in Sevier County. For more information about these opportunities, please contact Glenn Turner at 865-453-3695. Programs in agriculture and natural resources, 4-H youth development, family and consumer sciences, and resource development – University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture and county governments cooperating. UT Extension provides equal opportunities in programs and employment.

About UT Extension - Sevier County

UT Extension provides a gateway to the University of Tennessee as the outreach unit of the Institute of Agriculture. It is a statewide educational organization, funded by federal, state and local governments, that brings research-based information about agriculture, family and consumer sciences, and resource development to the people of Tennessee where they live and work. Sevier News Messenger distributes UT Extension news as a courtesy. UT Extension - Sevier County can be found at https://extension.tennessee.edu/Sevier

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