Thanks to our volunteers, teachers, coaches and parents, the Cannon 4-H Clover Bowl Contest was a success!
After students 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 14 teams at the Cannon County 4-H Clover Bowl, winning teams included: Auburn School fourth grade, Short Mountain School fifth grade, Woodland School sixth grade and Auburn School seventh/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.