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KEN WEBB shared a photo of a late spring evening on Mobile Bay. more
JENNIFER HARDISON said she was sitting on her patio with her husband when she made the statement: “I wish I could photograph a bird I have never seen before.” Within two minutes, she spied this … more
Lee University student, Parker Berry, recently presented a paper at the 49th Annual PCA-ACA National Conference. Hosted in Washington, D.C., this conference was a meeting of the Popular Culture … more
Bradley County 4-H Initiates New Honor Club Members   The four H’s of 4-H are head, heart, hands, and health.  There is a fifth H, however, that most people do not recognize.  4-H Honor Club has one extra H and it stands for Honor.  There are three levels of recognition in the 4-H program. The first is to be initiated into 4-H Honor Club.  The organization provides recognition, primarily within counties, of junior high and senior 4-H members who have demonstrated consistent leadership ability and have been active members in their clubs and communities.    In order to be eligible to become Honor Club members, youth must be in their third year as a 4-H member, donate over 20 community service hours, serve in leadership positions in the county and/or region, and participate in 120 hours of 4-H programming.  These same youth also participate in leadership activities, compete in a number of contests, and serve as teen leaders at camps, day camps and trainings. Youth who are initiated into Honor Club are members for the remainder of their lives.  On May 6, 16 4-H members were initiated at a reception held at the UT/TSU Extension Office in Cleveland. The new initiates were Zyhrina Acebedo, Ethan Lynn Cromie, Jessica Edgemon, Cali Ellis, Liz Gunter, Angelina Hitson, Baylie Jones, KyAnna Leech, Eva Leslie, Bryson Marlow, Bella Nelson, Makenna Pendergrass, Zane Shope, Sami Shubert, Lydia Starnes, and Parker White.     Caption Initiation – 2019 Ethan  - Ethan Lynn Cromie receives his Honor Club certificate from Tim Held, president of the Bradley County 4-H Honor Club and Eastern All Star SEC Scout. more
On May 8, the Tennessee Justice Center presented its Mother of the Year Awards. For nearly two decades, the center has observed Mother’s Day by honoring the strength and determination of advocates/heroes with awards. more
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