4-H Clover Bowl a success
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Thanks to our volunteers, teachers, coaches and parents, the 4-H Clover Bowl Contest was a success! After 748 members competed in the classroom, teams were chosen to advance to the county contest where all Cannon County Elementary Schools were represented.

Clover Bowl is an activity where 4-H members participate in teams that answer 4-H, Tennessee History, Agriculture, and Family and Consumer Science questions in a Quizatron format. The 4-H Honor Club helped with registration and Doug Combs was the Clover Bowl Facilitator. Without our wonderful volunteers, the 4-H program would not be a success!

With 19 teams at the Cannon County 4-H Clover Bowl, winning teams included: Woodland School fourth grade, Woodland School fifth grade, Short Mountain School sixth grade, Woodland School seventh grade and East Side School eighth grade. Congratulations to each winning team that will represent Cannon County at the Central Region Clover Bowl Contest in May at Tennessee Technological University.

For more information about the 4-H program, contact Sarah Malone at the University of Tennessee Extension office at 615-563-2554.


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