Banks County 4-H Member Jordan Pritchett competed at Georgia 4-H State Congress July 22-23, 2020 through a virtual format due to the Covid pandemic. Pritchett competed in the Veterinary Science project and came in second.

To advance to 4-H State Congress, Pritchett first had to win at Northeast District Project Achievement, which was held at Rock Eagle 4-H Center in March.

This competition includes creating a cumulative portfolio as well as presenting a twelve-minute speech. Pritchett competed with other district winner from across the state of Georgia.

Pritchett was also recognized as a Georgia 4-H special event winner at the Annual State Congress. Pritchett was recognized for being a state champion and Master 4-Her with his livestock project.

"Banks County 4-H is proud of Pritchett for representing the local 4-H program so well at the state level," Lauren Rose, Banks County extension coordinator states.

For more information on the Banks County 4-H program, please contact Lauren Rose at 706-677-6230.


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