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Callie Smith Emerges Victorious in Clothing and Textiles at Tennessee 4-H

Celebrating Success: Callie Smith Emerges Victorious in Clothing and Textiles at Tennessee 4-H – In a remarkable achievement, Callie Smith has clinched the title of Level 2 Tennessee State Winner in the Clothing and Textiles project. Her dedication and hard work not only secured her a well-deserved scholarship but also earned her prestigious accolades—a silver bowl and the coveted Ieula Lee medallion. As the cherry on top, Callie is now gearing up for an exciting adventure as she heads to the National 4-H Congress in Atlanta, Georgia.

Callie Smith Emerges Victorious in Clothing and Textiles at Tennessee 4-H

Celebrating Success: Callie Smith Emerges Victorious in Clothing and Textiles at Tennessee 4-H - In a remarkable achievement, Callie Smith has clinched the title of Level 2 Tennessee State Winner in the Clothing and Textiles project. Her dedication and hard work not only secured her a well-deserved scholarship but also earned her prestigious accolades—a silver bowl and the coveted Ieula Lee medallion. As the cherry on top, Callie is now gearing up for an exciting adventure as she heads to the National 4-H Congress in Atlanta, Georgia.
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The journey to success for Callie began with a passion for clothing and textiles, and through her commitment and enthusiasm, she stood out among participants from across the state. Her creative flair and attention to detail undoubtedly set her apart in this challenging competition.

The recognition Callie received isn’t just about the awards; it’s a testament to her resilience, skill, and the support she received from mentors, family, and the 4-H community. Winning the silver bowl and the Ieula Lee medallion is a symbol of her excellence in the field and a mark of distinction that will undoubtedly propel her towards further accomplishments.

One of the most exciting rewards for Callie is the opportunity to attend the National 4-H Congress in Atlanta, Georgia. This gathering, bringing together 708 youth from 42 states, serves as a melting pot of knowledge, ideas, and service. The five days spent in downtown Atlanta will be filled with learning opportunities, shared experiences, and a chance to give back to the community.

The National 4-H Congress isn’t just a celebration of individual achievements; it’s a platform where young minds converge to exchange ideas, foster friendships, and engage in meaningful service projects. Callie will be part of this vibrant community, soaking in the wisdom and experiences of peers who share her passion for making a positive impact.

As Callie embarks on this exciting journey, the Tennessee 4-H community proudly stands behind her. Her success not only reflects her personal triumph but also highlights the strength of the 4-H program in nurturing young talents and fostering a spirit of excellence.

Callie is a member of the Jefferson County 4-H. The county in which Steve resides.

Congratulations, Callie Smith, on your outstanding achievement in the Clothing and Textiles project. May your journey to the National 4-H Congress be as rewarding and enriching as the path that led you there. The entire 4-H community eagerly anticipates the impact you will undoubtedly make on this national stage.


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