AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. – Eight Alabama 4-H members shined in the recent 4-H Virtual Talent Contest. Youth showcased their skills via video submissions ranging from vocals to dance.
“We are so proud of all of our 4-H members who participated,” said Molly Gregg, assistant director of Alabama 4-H. “It was special to see all of the unique and creative talents shared by our young people.”
Gregg also said the contest was a great way to grow youth independence and confidence.
Talent Show Winners
The following 4-H members won in the designated talent contest categories:
- Benjamin Adams, Lauderdale County–Senior Dance
- Mattie Wisener, Marshall County–Junior Dance
- Sarah Wilcoxson, Lauderdale County–Senior Vocals
- Grey Stephens, Etowah County–Junior Vocals
- Angelica Vercher, Shelby County–Senior Instrumental
- Isabella Beaty, Houston County–Junior Instrumental
- Abigail Taylor, Henry County–Senior Miscellaneous
- Gavin Ward, Houston County–Junior Miscellaneous
All acts were solo because of current coronavirus safety recommendations. The winning video submissions will be shared on the Alabama 4-H Facebook page in the upcoming weeks.
About Alabama 4-H
Alabama 4-H is the youth development organization of the Alabama Cooperative Extension System. It seeks to empower young people with the skills to lead their communities and also grow into future leaders. Visit www.alabama4h.com for more information.