The Vol State award is the highest level of recognition a Tennessee 4-H member may achieve.
The award is presented to high school juniors and seniors in recognition of excellence in all phases of 4-H work, as well as service and leadership rendered in their communities.
As 4-H members, both young ladies earned many honors.
Lillian concentrated on performing arts, sewing and quilting projects and was a Level 1 state project winner in performing arts.
Hannah was a Level 1 and Level 2 state winner in the companion-animal project, with an emphasis in the rabbit project.
These outstanding 4-H members utilized their talents and skills to teach younger 4-H members, held numerous leadership roles, were active in 4-H Honor Club, served as Anderson County 4-H ambassadors, and contributed hundreds of hours in service activities throughout their community. They have truly lived the 4-H motto, “To Make the Best Better. “