Sumner County 4-H has announced the winners of the 2020-2021 County 4-H Poster Contest.
During the 4-H club year meeting rotation, the 4-H staff met with their 130 4th and 5th grade classrooms across the county to talk about the importance of communication, specifically visual communication. The contest for the rotation was the 4-H Poster Art Contest.
Around 200 4-H posters made by these students across Sumner County made it to the county contest. In order to get to the county contest, you had to at least place in the top three of your club. There were so many awesome posters to choose from this year!
The following are the top 10 in the county: 1st Place – Amelia Birdwell (Watt Hardison); 2nd Place – Aiden Cammarn (William Burrus)); 3rd Place – Elizabeth Sferle (Beech); 4th Place – Isabella Correll (Union); 5th Place – Gavin Weyman (Gene Brown); 6th Place – Noah Hart (Jack Anderson); 7th Place – Hattie Snodgrass (Beech); 8th Place – Wyatt Carney (Oakmont); 9th Place – Anna Urfer (White House Middle), and 10th Place – Reese Harris (Union).
Due to Covid, this year’s regional and state poster contest was held before 4-H was able to have their county contest. So, poster contest winners from 2019-2020 were encourage to send posters in for the regional and state contests. The two posters that were selected to submitted to the Regional contest were Tristan Garcia (Westmoreland) and Paisley Thompson (Wiseman). Tristan’s poster was selected as a regional winner and State winner.
Congratulations to all our winners and those that competed in the 4-H Poster Contest!