4-H Public Speaking Winners Announced

Wednesday, 26 December 2018

Cannon County 4-H recently conducted their Public Speaking Contest. After winning their school classroom competition, students were chosen to compete in the county competition. With 40 participants, the Cannon County 4-H Public Speaking contest was a success with the following winners:

4th Grade:
1st Place- Hannah Pitts, Woodland School
1st Place- Weston Lovett, Woodland School
2nd Place- Sadie Thomas, Woodbury Grammar School

5th Grade:
1st Place- Laney Mullinax, East Side School
1st Place- Conner Duroshe, Auburn School
2nd Place- Addison Reed, Woodland School

6th Grade:
1st Place- Kolton Hedrick, Homeschool
1st Place- Dannica Hughes, Auburn School
2nd Place- Annalee Hibdon, Woodbury Grammar School

7th Grade:
1st Place- MaKayla Taylor, Auburn School
1st Place- Emma Sexton, West Side School
2nd Place- Alexis McClure, Woodland School

8th Grade:
1st Place- Jesse Tucker Vaughn, Auburn School
1st Place – Kendall Hedrick, Homeschool
2nd Place- Dana Nixon, Woodbury Grammar School

9th Grade:
1st Place- Kiley Hughes, Cannon County High School
 
After winning the county contest, both first place participants in grades will compete at the regional contest held in January. 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. 4-H is proud of the accomplishments of the many 4-H members that learn the valuable life skill of communications through Public Speaking.