Jesse Warner, 16, of Eureka Springs recently won the 4-H State Advanced Engineering and Technology Recordbook award. Jesse is a member of the Carroll County Teen Leadership Club, North Polo Club, Beef Club and Poultry Club and has been participating in woodworking as his main project for the past four years. Warner has also participated in the Carroll County Beef Quiz Bowl and Livestock Skillathon and is president of the North Polo Club. He has spent many hours serving the community by donating pop tabs for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, mowing the yard of an elderly neighbor and providing to blessing boxes. Warner also shows beef cattle, dairy cattle and chickens he has raised from the Arkansas 4-H Poultry Chain. Later this year, Warner will be representing the state of Arkansas at the 2021 National 4-H Congress in Georgia.
Duncan Patterson, 13, of Berryville recently won the 4-H District Intermediate Environmental Science and Energy Recordbook award. Patterson is a member of the Grandview Club and has been participating in his main project, Wildlife Management, for five years. In addition to wildlife management, Patterson also shows dairy cattle and chickens he has raised from the Arkansas 4-H Poultry Chain and participates and learns about health and fitness, along with community service work, including making treats for the local nursing home and staff, gathering tattered flags so the VFW can properly dispose of them and helping provide items for cancer patients.