Madison County 4-H honors students

Posted 1/7/20

Madison County 4-H held their Sixth Annual 4-H Awards Banquet at the Madison County Fairgrounds Monday, presenting over 20 program students with recognitions for their work throughout the year.

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Madison County 4-H honors students

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Madison County 4-H held their Sixth Annual 4-H Awards Banquet at the Madison County Fairgrounds Monday, presenting over 20 program students with recognitions for their work throughout the year.

“This year saw an increase in 4-H participation and activities at higher levels than in the past,” said Madison County Extension Agent and Coordinator Chadd Caperton. “More District and State level participation led to more leadership opportunities.”

The recipients of the ‘Gold Star’ Award for the program included Emma Hurst, Layla Clark and Madi Caperton. The ‘Silver Star’ Award was presented to Natalie Newton and Collin Caperton while the ‘Bronze Star’ Award went to Kendel Cleere and Jillian Hardy.

The ‘Rookie of the Year’ Award was presented to Katherine Newton and Kyndall Rhodes while the ‘I Dare You’ Award went to Christian Wilson.

The DBL Real Estate ‘Shining Star’ Award was presented to Cheyanne Douget while the Denise Easterling ‘Outstanding Participation’ Award was given to Hayden Hurst. Caleb Corley was the recipient of Drake’s ‘Quality Counts’ Award while Mr. Ellwood Barrett’s ‘Citizenship’ Award went to April Ogg.

The ‘Excellence Award’, presented by the Billy Wilson Family, was given to John Winston Clark while Delaney Callaham was presented the ‘Madison County Fair Association’ Award. Madisonville Sidewalk Cattleman’s ‘Opportunity’ Award was given to Garrett Rhodes while Standley’s ‘Community Service & Citizenship’ Award went to Kenzie Brock. Darrick McMahan earned the Capital Farm Credit ‘Rising Star’ Award.

Shaylee Turner was presented with the ‘4-H Leader Legacy’ Award.

The program also delivered their annual ‘Friend of 4-H Award’ to Capital Farm Credit of Madisonville.

“This year has also seen an increase in younger 4-Hers enrolling and getting involved,” said Caperton. “We had a large group of seniors graduate, but are pleased with the youth leaders who are stepping up to replace them.”

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