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Bryan County 4-H’ers compete at District Project Achievement
The Bryan County 4-H team. Photo provided.

Eleven Bryan County 4-H members traveled last weekend to Rock Eagle 4-H Center in Eatonton to compete in Junior/Senior District Project Achievement. 

Congratulations to this year’s competitors: Faith Bautista, Daxne Carrera, Daxwell Carrera, Will Kroymann, Jamal Griffin, Jamilla Griffin, Madison Vannoy, Hayden Williams, Daniel Curry, Jaden Randall, and Grant Shuman.

4-H Project Achievement participants develop research, writing, and presentation skills that help youth perform better in school related tasks and tests, become self-directed learners and contributing members of society and produces work ready young adults. 

Through the 4-H Project Achievement process, youth explore an area of interest, gain knowledge and skills in the area and prepare presentations and evidence of learning. This process builds not only skills related to the Georgia Performance Standards but also those directly related to Work Ready Georgia.

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