Felicia C. Cunningham, 4-H Youth Development Agent
Quinn Kvochick – White Merit Ribbon for Coding Challenge Participation
Cora Kvochick, – Cloverbud Award – Visual Art – Agricultural & Biological Science –
Photography – Cloverbud Award (Trophy)
Emery Kvochick, – 1st Place Cloverleaf Division – Visual Art – Agricultural & Biological Science –
Photography and Blue Merit Ribbon
The 2022 SC 4-H Engineering Challenge was held at the South Carolina State Fairgrounds on Friday, April 8th. Engineering Challenges are fun and engaging ways to allow youth to compete in various STEM disciplines like bridge building, energy, GPS, robotics, rocketry, and more. South Carolina 4-H Engineering Challenge is offered in the spring annually to youth, ages 9-18, across the state. The goals of this 4-H program are to provide a safe learning environment where youth can try, fail, and try again, gain valuable life skills, increase interest, confidence, and knowledge in science, and encourage futures in STEM-related careers.
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