Fulton County Clover Leaf 4-H’ers Win at District Project Achievement Competition at Rock Eagle | Print |

In March 2015 Fulton County Cloverleaf 4-H’ers participated in District Project Achievement (DPA) at Rock Eagle 4-H Center and placed in five competitive categories. 4-H Project Achievement is a cornerstone in the Georgia 4-H program that serves to showcase 4-H'ers work and success while providing participants with skills for a lifetime.

Project Achievement helps 4-H'ers develop both oral and written communication skills while becoming knowledgeable in their topic of interest. 4-H'ers investigates a topic to prepare demonstrations, give a fine arts performance, do a step-by-step food product preparation or present an illustrated talk with posters and props to show what they have learned during a friendly competition between participating county 4-H programs.

The official objectives of DPA are:

1. To acquire an understanding of subject matter in a project area.
2. To develop skills in researching, assembling and presenting information.
3. To provide opportunities for 4-H members to develop integrity, sportsmanship, cooperation, poise and self-confidence.
4. To help 4-H members develop skills in leadership and communication.
5. To stimulate interest in continuing involvement in 4-H.

Fulton County 4-H is pleased to announce that out of the twelve Cloverleaf 4-H’ers (5th and 6th graders) to compete, five students from the Fulton County Future Foundations after school program placed during this year’s competition. The names are as followed:

Name

Category

Place

Taylor Caul          

1st Place

Shannell Smith

Clothing and Textile

1st Place

Kamari Gissentanner  

Clothing and Textile

2nd Place

Jalesi Steele

Interior Design

2nd Place

Cynthia Walton

3rd Place

Please contact Ashley Wadley at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or (404) 762-4085 for more information about Fulton County 4-H.