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Cullman Farm-City youth awards

These Cullman Farm-City youth winners were selected from more than 400 students across Cullman County by the Cullman Farm-City Committee.

Outstanding Youth Award Winners for Cullman County are selected each year based on citizenship, community service and school involvement.  Pictured left to right are: Outstanding Future Farmers of America (FFA) Members Paige Quick of West Point and Sydni Benefield of Holly Pond; Outstanding 4-H Member Colby Tyree of West Point; and Outstanding Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Members Jessica Roden and Rachel Haynes of Cold Springs.

More than 350 students entered the Farm-City poster contest.

Grade K-3 winners pictured left to right are: first place, Lyric Antone of West Point; second place, Mason McDonald of Good Hope; and third place, Latham Shuford of Cold Springs.

Winners in the 4-6 grade division are pictured left to right: first place, Mattie Wix of Good Hope; second place, Elaina Agnello of Sacred Heart; and third place, Boston Gibbs of Holly Pond.

The first-place winners’ posters will now compete in the state contest.

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  • Doris Patterson
    Grade K-3 winners pictured left to right are: first place, Lyric Antone of West Point; second place, Mason McDonald of Good Hope; and third place, Latham Shuford of Cold Springs.
  • Doris Patterson
    Winners in the 4-6 grade division are pictured left to right: first place, Mattie Wix of Good Hope; second place, Elaina Agnello of Sacred Heart; and third place, Boston Gibbs of Holly Pond.