The Northeast 4-H District Project Achievement speech and performance contest took place at Rock Eagle 4-H Center March 12. More than 535 students in seventh through 12th grades involved in 4-H competed for top honors in 47 project areas.
Hall County 4-H had students place first, second and third in different categories.
First-place finishers were: Rhea Chawla, 10th grade, Flowery Branch High School, fashion revue project; Cody Woodard, eighth grade, East Hall Middle School, horse project; Jason Martinez, eighth grade, East Hall Middle School, plant and soil science. Second-place finishers were: Julianna Nunez, 10th grade, North Hall High School, communications project; Camilla Griffin, seventh grade, home-schooled, poultry and egg science project; Nathan Parker, seventh grade, East Hall Middle School, safety project. Third-place finishers were: Sierra Freeman, 10th grade, Flowery Branch High School, history project; Alex Johnston, 10th grade, Flowery Branch High School, physical, biological and earth science project.
Georgia 4-H is an organization that assists youth in acquiring knowledge, developing life skills and forming attitudes that will help them contribute to society.