County 4-H Clubs hand out yearly awardsBy Amanda Nolin Published 4:44pm Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Marengo County’s 4-H Clubs completed their yearly programs by rewarding students with prizes in Marengo County schools, Linden City Schools, Demopolis City Schools fifth-grade class rooms.
This past year students ventured along “Pathways to Prosperity,” where they learned about different careers found in Marengo County. The careers students studied included pubic safety, agriculture, architecture and construction, health services, finance and business management.
Students kept up with their activities by each keeping a Career Journal. Once completed the journals were turned in and winners were selected from each classroom.
In April, these Career Journals were turned into the 4-H office and winners were selected from each classroom along with one county winner.
Jakayla Rogers and Jayla Griffin took home the prizes for the Linden City Schools.
Riley Newton won for Marengo Academy.
Quanesha Brown, Alyssa Cobb and Abby Freeman received awards for the Marengo County Schools.
Emma Hinson, Taylor Weeks, Tori Horne and Tamara Watters took home prizes for the Demopolis City Schools.
The county 4-H winner was Tori Horne from U.S Jones Elementary with Demopolis City Schools.
All students who participated did an outstanding job. Congratulations to all of the winners.