Bryan County 4-H competed in District Project Achievement competition recently at Rock Eagle in Eatonton.
Several local Junior and Senior 4-H’ers brought home top awards and Bryan County won top honors in two categories.
District Project Achievement is a 4-H program developed to teach life skills to 4-H’ers ages 9-19. The skills learned include: research, project development, public speaking and presentation delivery.
Bryan County 4-H took the top award for Greatest Improvement by County and Highest Percent of Junior Winners. In addition, Bryan County Middle School student Will Kroymann was elected as president for the Southeast District’s Junior Board of Advisors.