Kelley attends Tennessee 4-H Roundup
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Jennings Kelley daughter of David and Shannon Kelley of Cleveland, attended Tennessee 4-H Roundup on the University of Tennessee’s campus in Knoxville last week. Jennings was recognized as a Level II (11th and 12th grade) state winner in the Line and Design project. She was also inducted into Vol State, which is the highest level of recognition a Tennessee 4-H member may achieve. Vol State is presented to high school juniors and seniors in recognition of excellence in all phases of 4-H work, as well as service and leadership rendered in their communities. From left are Mary Elizabeth Mills, Level I winner from Tullahoma; Jennings Kelley, Level II winner from Cleveland; Laura Darnell, Level II winner from Franklin; and Storie Hardin, Level I winner from Columbia. Standing, from left, are Julius Johnson, Tennessee Department of Agriculture (donor); Paige Goddard (silver tray donor); Martha Keel, UT Extension Specialist; Carmen Burgos (donor); Tim Fawver, Tennessee 4-H Foundation (donor); and Carol McDonald, Tennessee Department of Agriculture (donor). Jennings received a silver bowl and $500 college scholarship and a trip to National 4-H Congress in Atlanta.
Jennings Kelley daughter of David and Shannon Kelley of Cleveland, attended Tennessee 4-H Roundup on the University of Tennessee’s campus in Knoxville last week. Jennings was recognized as a Level II (11th and 12th grade) state winner in the Line and Design project. She was also inducted into Vol State, which is the highest level of recognition a Tennessee 4-H member may achieve. Vol State is presented to high school juniors and seniors in recognition of excellence in all phases of 4-H work, as well as service and leadership rendered in their communities. From left are Mary Elizabeth Mills, Level I winner from Tullahoma; Jennings Kelley, Level II winner from Cleveland; Laura Darnell, Level II winner from Franklin; and Storie Hardin, Level I winner from Columbia. Standing, from left, are Julius Johnson, Tennessee Department of Agriculture (donor); Paige Goddard (silver tray donor); Martha Keel, UT Extension Specialist; Carmen Burgos (donor); Tim Fawver, Tennessee 4-H Foundation (donor); and Carol McDonald, Tennessee Department of Agriculture (donor). Jennings received a silver bowl and $500 college scholarship and a trip to National 4-H Congress in Atlanta.
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Jennings Kelley, left, daughter of David and Shannon Kelley of Cleveland, attended Tennessee 4-H Roundup on the University of Tennessee’s campus in Knoxville last week. Jennings was recognized as a Level II (11th and 12th grade) state winner in the Line and Design project. She was also inducted into Vol State, which is the highest level of recognition a Tennessee 4-H member may achieve. Vol State is presented to high school juniors and seniors in recognition of excellence in all phases of 4-H work, as well as service and leadership rendered in their communities. From left are Mary Elizabeth Mills, Level I winner from Tullahoma; Jennings Kelley, Level II winner from Cleveland; Laura Darnell, Level II winner from Franklin; and Storie Hardin, Level I winner from Columbia. Standing, from left, are Julius Johnson, Tennessee Department of Agriculture (donor); Paige Goddard (silver tray donor); Martha Keel, UT Extension Specialist; Carmen Burgos (donor); Tim Fawver, Tennessee 4-H Foundation (donor); and Carol McDonald, Tennessee Department of Agriculture (donor). Jennings received a silver bowl and $500 college scholarship and a trip to National 4-H Congress in Atlanta.