Dalton selected for 2020 National 4-H Congress Design Team

Feb 03, 2020


Tennessee 4-H member Will Dalton is one of eight teens selected from across the nation to sit on the Design Team for the 100th National 4-H Congress in Atlanta, Ga. This Design Team is responsible for planning and executing one of the largest national events 4-H has to offer, with attendance often exceeding 1,000 4-H members.
 
Dalton is currently a freshman in the Herbert College of Agriculture at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, where he is majoring in animal science with a pre-vet concentration. He graduated from Grainger County High School in May of 2019. Dalton is the son of Jeff and Lori Dalton of Thorn Hill, where the family runs a cattle operation.
 
Before Dalton’s high school graduation, he was an active Tennessee 4-H member who served on the State 4-H Council as president and was a member of the 4-H Performing Arts Troupe. He also attended the National 4-H Congress in 2019 as a Tennessee delegate. Currently, he is an active member of the collegiate 4-H/FFA chapter at UT. This past year, Dalton served as a 4-H ambassador to represent Tennessee on a trip to the U.S. Virgin Islands to share information on the state’s 4-H program with the University of the Virgin Islands 4-H staff. 
 
 

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