Two Grundy County 4-H members enjoyed a fun-filled week at State 4-H Congress, held in Murfreesboro and Nashville. Anya Baker and Grace Spicer, both tenth graders at Grundy County High School, spent the week learning about leadership, government, and Tennessee history. The teens enjoyed a trip to the Capitol and learned how a bill becomes a law. They also met with legislators and had the opportunity to ask them various questions. We would like to thank the Monteagle Sunday School Assembly for their continued support in sending Grundy County 4-Hers to 4-H Congress.

4-H is open to youth in the 4th-12th grades. To join, call the UT/TSU Extension Office at 931-592-3971. The University of Tennessee and Tennessee State Extension offers its programs to all eligible persons regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, religion, or veteran status, and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.