That is the question that every 4-H’er asked prior to beginning their presentation! Today, June 22, 2012 was the Southeast’s District Activity Day held at Lenoir Community College in Kinston, NC. Upon arrival, 4-H’ers along with their parents, volunteers, and 4-H Agents made their way to their designated category room to give their presentation!
Pender County 4-H had 9 participants this year! We brought back home 3 Gold, 1 Silver, and 1 Bronze, not bad for everyone’s first time competing! Every Pender County 4-H’er brought something back home with them whether it was a medal or a participation ribbon (for Cloverbud youth ages 5-8). Everyone had a really great time and learned a thing or two! The gold medal youth qualified to enter the state competition in July if they choose to compete! District Activity Day had a record breaking number of youth giving presentation this year with 224 (give or take one) presentations! We also had a record breaking number of people in attendance with over 600 people! Way to go Southeast District!
Photos from District Activity Day
Reagan Taylor receiving Gold in Citizenship and Civic Responsibility category ages 11-13.
Sara Lucas receiving Silver in Community Service and Volunteerism category ages 14-18.
Tanner Gurganious receiving Gold in Crop Production& Utilization category ages 14-18.
Liz Sharpe receiving Gold in Hospitality, Etiquette, & Social Graces category ages 9-10.
Laurin Rivenbark receiving Bronze in Small and Companion Animals category ages 9-10.
Pender County 4-H at District Activity Day (absent from photo are 4-H Cloverbuds Lillie & Morgan Hansen)