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Bradley County 4-H

Bradley County 4-H serves 3,101 youth in grades 4th-12th through clubs, project groups, camps, and 172 classrooms monthly. 4-H encourages diverse groups of youth to develop their unique skills and talents to the fullest potential. 4-H uses the “Learning by doing” model through hands on activities and community involvement empowering 4-H’ers to develop and strengthen life skills.

Head - Heart - Hands - Health

Monthly Newsletters

February 2021 newsletter

March 2021 newsletter

Bradley County Livestock Show is October 16th at 3110 Peerless Rd. For information on all livestock shows click here or email hgoodson@utk.edu

Contact Information

Lynne Middleton
Ext Agent III
Phone: (423) 728-7001

Hannah Goodson
Ext Agent I
Phone: (423) 728-7001

Kathryn Ervin
Program Assistant II
Phone: (423) 728-7001

4-H Pledge

4-H clover logo

I pledge my Head to clearer thinking,

my Heart to greater loyalty,

my Hands to larger service,

and my Health to better living, for my club, my community, my country and my world.

BACK TO SCHOOL! Bradly County 4-H is excited to be back in the classroom this year! Along with school programming, we are also kicking off judging team practices, and project groups. Contact us for more info!