Rhea County 4-H members participated in the Eastern Region 4-H Meat Evaluation Contest on Saturday, Aug. 17, at the Rhea County Fair. Pictured front row are, left to right, Jerry Lamb, Extension Director; Sarah Cornett, Eli Harris, Melissa Stringfellow, Kyle Carr, Georgia Sutton and Josey Miller, 4-H Extension Agent. Back row are, left to right, Josh Lamb, Cole Wilson, Leslie Kaylor, Billy Butcher, Jonathon Schalk, Randy Reed and Jason Schalk.
Friday, September 27, 2013
(Last modified: 2013-09-27 15:19:21)
Source: The Herald-News
The first Saturday of The Tennessee Valley Fair is always reserved for the Eastern Region 4-H judging contests. Rhea County 4-Her’s competed against teams from all over East Tennessee in the meat evaluation competition.
The Senior High team made up of Josh Lamb, Cole Wilson, Jason Schalk, Jonathon Schalk and Randy Reed placed third overall with Lamb placing seventh as Overall High Individual. The Senior High team will be competing at the State 4-H Meat Evaluation contest next June at UT Knoxville.
The Junior High individuals that participated included Georgia Sutton, Melissa Stringfellow, Eli Harris, Sarah Cornett, Leslie Kaylor, Billy Butcher and Kyle Carr. Junior High Team A placed first overall and the team was made up of Carr, Sutton, Butcher and Stringfellow. Carr placed third, Sutton placed second and Stringfellow placed sixth in the Overall High Individual category. The Junior High Team B placed fourth overall and team members included Harris, Cornett and Kaylor. Cornett took home eighth place in the Overall High Individual category.
If you know of a 4-Her that would like to learn more about Meat Evaluation and/or other judging team opportunities, please contact the UT Extension office at 775-7807. UT Extension offers its programs to all eligible persons regardless of race, color, national origin, age, sex, disability, religion or veteran status.
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