Chambers County 4-H Banquet
The Chambers County 4-H Program held their annual 4-H Awards Banquet on Saturday, August 6, 2016 at the White Memorial Park Community Building in Anahuac, TX.
Just over 90 4-H members and their families attended the banquet where more than 220 awards were presented to both youth and adult volunteers.
This event wouldn’t have been possible without the support of sponsors who included the Chambers County 4-H Adult Leaders Association, Chambers County FCS Committee, Chambers County Judge Jimmy Sylvia, Chambers County Commissioner Rusty Senac, Anahuac National Bank and Thrif-Tee Food Center. Special recognition was given at the Banquet to the Winnie Tractor Supply Company Store which supports the Chambers County 4-H Program tremendously through the bi-annual 4-H Paper Clover Fundraiser. A water slide and bounce house were also provided for attendees by All Summer Long Moonwalks and Waterslides.
The Chambers County 4-H Program had a record year with 215 youth members, 44 adult volunteers and seven Community Clubs. There will also be a new Project Club in the 2016-2017 year. 4-H members participated in livestock, shooting sports, photography, food challenge and fashion projects, to name a few. Notable awards received by Chambers County 4-Hers include Reserve State Champion Drill Team (Chambers County Legend Riders), Reserve State Champion Prevision Team (Chambers County Legend Riders), third place Food Challenge Team at Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo (West Chambers 4-H Club Senior Team), numerous livestock show awards and many district and state 4-H awards.
If you are interested in joining or participating in 4-H in Chambers County, please feel free to contact the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in Chambers County at 409-374-2123 or email@example.com.
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