4-H Presentations Win at the State Level
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Carteret County 4-H’ers win (3) Gold and (3) Silver at State Presentations.
The ability to clearly communicate an idea to others is a powerful tool. It is a necessary skill that will help you reach many goals in life. Mastering this skill during your 4-H career will give you the advantages needed to succeed in college, business, and making positive change in your community.
4-H Public Presentations is a program in which youth learn to create a presentation and develop the skills needed to present it before an audience. You learn about the research process and the steps needed to organize information into an interesting and creative presentation.
…You cannot fail, but you will learn, grow and develop lifelong speaking abilities that will help you now in school, home, and in club/community leadership opportunities (4-H Public Presentations).
Carteret County Activity Day was held on May 13, 2021. Due to face-to-face restrictions, youth submitted videos and judges scored and provided feedback for each presentation. This year, we had eight youth participate in County Activity Day.
Each 4-H’er then submitted their video to the District Level where they competed against youth from 17 other counties in the Southeast District. Cloverbuds are not competitive, but are encouraged to participate to gain valuable experience and learn new skills.
Carteret County youth finished the District competition with six Gold medals, one Silver medal, and one Cloverbud Recognition.
All Gold medal recipients and 11-13 and 14-18 Silver medal recipients are invited to compete at the State Level. State-level judging was held on July 27 and the results are in.
Congratulations to each of the winners!
To learn more about 4-H presentations, contact our office at 252-222-6375 or email Coleman B. Killinger, 4-H Agent, at email@example.com.