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Fayetteville Middle School
The regular meeting of Mrs. Toon’s fifth grade class at Fayetteville Middle School was held on Feb. 12 at 2 p.m.
This month’s activity was demonstration.
Those who received first place ribbons were Shavion Edmiston, Mollie Gordon, Piper Higgs, Carter Hill, Abbie Horsman, Libby Quick and Zach Snoddy.
Receiving second place ribbons were J.R. Bost, Nathan Clutts, Alexxea Cruz, Alaina Dyer, Riley Edwards, Jesse Evans, KaZhanna Mastin, Seth Moyers, Elijah Warrick, Randall West, Jiemer Wilson and Ian Winand.
The next meeting will be held on March 19 and the next activity will be Dairy Poster and 4-H Scrapbook.
The regular meeting of Mr. Hobbs’ fifth grade class at Fayetteville Middle School was held on Feb. 12 at 12:15 p.m.
The pledges were led by Virginia Thompson and Caleb Connelly.
This month’s activity was 4-H demonstrations. Those who received ribbons were, first place, Erin Bradford, Caleb Connelly, Garrett Gardner, Matthew Giffin, Emma King, Maria Towry and Andy Young; second place, Bailey Cowan, Elijah Fowler, Dacoleon Kelso, Lucio Montez, Levi Sloan, Kevonte Tomason, Virginia Thompson and Matthew Tito; third place, Monica Ashby, Rea Jefferson, Devan Talley, Tillavante Landers and Jaheim Jones.
The next meeting will be held on March 19, and the next activity will be dairy posters and scrapbooks.
The regular meeting of Mrs. Peige’s fifth grade class at Fayetteville Middle School was held on Feb. 11 at 2:17 p.m.
The pledges were led by Jaqueleona Holman and Destiny Willis.
This month’s activity was demonstrations. Those who received ribbons were, first place, Dylan Allen, Will Ellis, Amberley Fly, Keesia Henderson, Tijai Higgs, Benjamin Smith, Wesley Thorton, Nathan Posey and Audrey Freeman; second place, Destiny Willis, Luis Saucedo, Lathan Dean, Christopher Crunkleton and Jakyus Buchanan; third place, William Thomason, Killian Rutledge and Jaqualeona Holman.
The next meeting will be held on March 19, and the next activity will be Dairy Poster Contest or Scrapbook.
For more information about the 4-H program, please call the UT Extension Office in Lincoln County at 433-1582.