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The Tennessee 4-H Foundation Newsletter
    Tennessee      oundation Newsletter
                  Founda                                                                                           Vol. 4, No. 2
                                                                                                                   Vol. No.          Fall 2000
                                                                                                                                     Fall



What’s News?
Tennessee 4-H Members To Participate in National                                   provided by The University of Tennessee Institute of
4-H Congress - National 4-H Congress will be held                                  Agriculture development staff, received updates about the
November 24-28, 2000, in Atlanta, Georgia.                                                         Tennessee 4-H program, and enjoyed
Tennessee will be represented by 34 young                                                          fellowship.
                                                           Inside This Edition...
people from across the state. Ben Sanders,
youth director on the Foundation Board is             President’s Corner
                                                                                                     Foundation Board Selects New
serving on the National 4-H Congress                  with Ray Wilson.............page 2             Investment Consultants - Diversified
Design Team. The 2000 delegation is                                                                  Trust Company, with offices in Nashville
anxiously awaiting the "Congress                      To Endow or Not To                             and Memphis; and Patten and Patten of
experience." They will participate in a               Endow?.............................page 2      Chattanooga, Tennessee, have been selected
program that includes a visit to Olympic                                                             as investment consultants to manage the
Park, the Coca-Cola Museum and                        Donor Profile - G. L.                          Foundation portfolio. (See President’s
Underground Atlanta. Delegates will see               Carter................................page 3   Corner article on page 2 for more
the Carter Center and the Martin Luther                                                              information.)
King Center, attend a cultural event and              Foundation Board Member
tour other sites of interest around the city.         Profile - Carol White.....page 3In Memoriam - The past few months
They will complete a service project and be                                           have seen the passing of several longtime
honored by past Congress delegates with a       Tennessee 4-H Roundup                 friends of 4-H and members of the
brunch at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel.               Award Winners...............page 4    Tennessee 4-H Foundation. Among these
                                                                                      are Judy Roberson of Sumner County,
Foundation Board Members Gather in                                                    Norman Lee of Monroe County, and Mary
Crossville for Annual Retreat - The board of directors                Jo Lee-Brinkmann, acting program leader for the Central
of the Tennessee 4-H Foundation met recently in Crossville,           District and former Coffee County 4-H agent. The
Tennessee, at the Clyde M. York 4-H Center to participate             Foundation recognizes the dedication of these individuals
in the annual board member retreat. The group set goals               and their legacy of service to Tennessee 4-H youth
and objectives for the coming year, conducted the quarterly           development.
business of the Foundation, received development training




                            4-H’ers In Action...
     Participants in the 4-H Wildlife Habitat Evaluation Program’s
     national judging activity “hayride” to one of the many events
      conducted during the week of July 24-29, 2000. Tennessee
         hosted the event this year, which was held in and around
 Townsend, in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and on
 The University of Tennessee Agriculture Campus. 4-H members
  came from across the United States to participate in the activity.
                          The team from Georgia took top honors.
                                                (photo by Rich Maxey)

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                      President’s Corner                                  Questions On Giving:
                      by Ray Wilson                                       To Endow or Not To Endow?
                                                                          by Mark Gateley


                                                                          To endow or not to endow? This is often the question when
                                                                          a donor is making a gift in support of 4-H. To answer this
                                                                          question, one must first understand what the term
                                                                          “endowment” means.
The Tennessee 4-H Foundation board of directors recently
hired two new investment consultants to manage the
                                                                          Simply put, an endowment is a mechanism for providing
Foundation portfolio — Diversified Trust Company, with
                                                                          funding in support of a charitable need. Unlike “annual”
offices in Memphis and Nashville, and Patten and Patten,
                                                                          gifts — those which are donated
Inc. of Chattanooga. The Foundation appreciates the
                                                                          and expended each year —
opportunity to have worked with Hilliard Lyons during the
                                                                          endowments are forever. An
past five years and the company’s many contributions to
                                                                          endowment gift is placed in a           In theory, once
4-H through good management of the portfolio.
                                                                          permanent, restricted, non-liquid
We look forward to working with Diversified Trust and
                                                                          account from which earnings are       an endowment is
                                                                          made available for program               established, it
Patten & Patten. These firms have credentials that will help
                                                                          support.
achieve aggressive goals for both annual support of                                                                will last forever...
endowed programs and for growth of Foundation assets. I
                                                                          The primary benefit of an
am grateful to the Foundation board for the careful
                                                                          endowment over annual funding is
consideration given to selecting new investment
                                                                          that an endowment is permanent.
consultants. We are also indebted to the investment
                                                                          In theory, once an endowment is established it will exist
committee — Charles Darnell, Jim Cooper and Dave Stroud
                                                                          forever, providing perpetual funding as prescribed in the
— for assistance in soliciting proposals and in
                                                                          original agreement through the payout of earnings
recommending firms for consideration.
                                                                          generated by the investment of the principal.
We welcome Patten and Patten and Diversified Trust as
                                                                          Because endowments provide perpetual funding, they are
new investment consultants and look forward to
                                                                          particularly useful in establishing memorial or honorary
Tennessee’s 4-H members receiving the fruits of their labor.
                                                                          funds, and for meeting on-going program needs. The
Special thanks also to all Foundation donors, including
                                                                          name(s) of deceased loved ones can be perpetuated for
those who support the endowment efforts.
                                                                          generations through the establishment of an endowment.
                                                                          Additionally, endowments enable paid and volunteer
                                                                          4-H staff at the county, district and state levels to focus
                                                                          their efforts on educational programs and young people
                                                                          rather than on annual fund-raising.

                                                                          To endow or not to endow? Not every donor is interested
                                                                          in contributing to an endowment. But there are some who
                                                                          like the idea of establishing a perpetual fund to benefit 4-H
                                                                          youth. Whether giving annually or helping to create
                                                                          endowments, each donor is making a difference in the lives
                                                                          of young people.




                                                Editor’s Note
     Congratulations to Ray Wilson on his recent retirement from the Tennessee Farmers Cooperative. The
    Tennessee 4-H Club Foundation appreciates the outstanding support of Mr. Wilson and TFC during his
  tenure with the organization. Mr. Wilson is avoiding boredom in his retirement by continuing to serve as 4-H
      Foundation president through the current term, and by working with the Tennessee Feed and Grain
                                  Association as incoming executive director.

                                     Thanks and Best Wishes to Ray Wilson!



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                                                                            Carol is deeply honored to be a director of the Tennessee
Board Member Profile                                                        4-H Foundation. She will represent the youth in Tennessee
                                                                            4-H and will take an active role in making decisions that
Carol White, Pelham, Tennessee                                              will elevate 4-H to a higher level in Tennessee.

by Ella Brown                                                               Carol plans to attend The University of Tennessee at
                                                                            Knoxville in the fall of 2001. She hopes to major in Food
                                                                            Science and Technology and to eventually become a
                           Carol White, a native of Coffee                  pharmacist. Carol plans to return home after her
                           County, was recently appointed to                graduation from pharmacy school and set up her practice in
                           a one-year term on the Tennessee                 Coffee County.
                           4-H Foundation board of
                           directors by Martha Jo Tolley, state             4-H has obviously been a stong influence and a big part of
                           4-H leader. Carol is a senior at                 Carol’s life. Her parents and two older sisters have been
                           Coffee County Central High                       very involved in 4-H and have encouraged Carol’s
                           School and has been a member of                  dedication and involvement. When Carol heard her name
                           the Thompson Hall 4-H Club for                   announced as the new Speaker of the Senate a few years
                           nine years. Carol served as the                  ago, she had no idea that 4-H would lead her down such an
                           Speaker of the Senate for the                    exciting path, enriching her life forever. When asked about
                           1999 State Congress. This year,                  her most meaningful memories in 4-H, Carol said, “The
Carol was the state winner in the leadership project, and                   friendly faces of the people I’ve encountered along the way
will be attending National 4-H Congress in November. She                    and the events in which I’ve participated combine to form
also currently serves as the Tennessee 4-H State Council                    a wonderful collage of experiences for me.” 4-H has given
president, and has been “rolling them in the aisles”                        Carol skills and memories to last a lifetime, and Carol is
portraying Minnie Pearl during performances of the 4-H                      giving back to 4-H by serving the organization from which
performing arts troupe. 4-H has meant the world to Carol                    she has received so much.
— providing friends, fun and opportunities to serve others.




Donor Profile
G. L. Carter, Jr.
Morristown, Tennessee

by Mark Gateley


Upon completing his bachelor’s degree at The
University of Tennessee in 1947, a young G. L. Carter
returned home to work on the family farm. It took him
two years to realize that a back injury he sustained
during military service and the number of other family
members attempting to earn a living off the family farm
would not allow him to continue to farm. His reluctant
decision to leave the farm opened other doors of
opportunity that gave him a diverse career in
agriculture-related work that has taken him all over
the world.                                                        G. L. Carter, Jr. at home in rural Hamblen County. Carter is vice
                                                                  president and a Hall of Fame Benefactor of the Tennessee 4-H
Dr. Carter’s Extension career began in Greene County              Foundation.
in 1949 when he served as a 4-H agent. This was not,
however, his first experience with Extension. He was a
Hamblen County 4-H member whose activities included                         Carter’s parents had expectations of him beyond the
the “baby” beef project, starting a registered Angus herd                   confines of the family farm. “There was never any question
and participating in the farm accounting program. G. L.’s                   as to whether or not my siblings and I would attend
parents ran a TVA test demonstration farm, and young                        college,” says Dr. Carter. “My parents were firm in their
G. L. kept the farm records for the family.                                 expectations that we would all receive a college education.”

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                   Tennessee 4-H Roundup Award Winners
The 78th Annual Tennessee 4-H Roundup was held during the week of July 17-21, 2000. More than 400
senior 4-H members, volunteers, agents, donors and guests gathered at The University of Tennessee at
Martin to participate in state level project competition, to gather with 4-H All Stars from across Tennessee
and to recognize excellence in 4-H members’ achievements. The following individuals are Senior level II
project winners and project sponsors. Congratulations to all the young people who competed in project
competition and special thanks to the donors who fund these important educational projects and
activities.




                          April Sullivan, Sevier Co.                                                              Melissa Brandon, Claiborne Co.
                          Art & Crafts                                                                            Beef
                          Donors: Mike & Martha Keel, Virginia’s Gallery,                                         Donors: Janice & Lafayette Williams, Tennessee Department
                          Delores Johnson and Paige Goddard                                                       of Agriculture and Tennessee Cattlemen’s Association




                                                                                                                    Carol White, Coffee Co.
                       Miranda Eaton, Warren Co.                                                                                         Citizenship
                                                          Bread                               Tennessee Farm Burau Federation, Bridgestone/Firestone Trust
   Donors: Martha White Foods, White Lily Foods and Glenda Booker                                                   Fund, Ieula Lee Endowment Fund and
                                                                                                              Albert Gore, Sr. Memorial Endowment Fund




                          Casey Clark, Maury Co.                                                                  Nicki Mayfield, Hardeman Co.
                          Clothing                                                                                Consumer Education/Management
                          Donors: Janice & Lafayette Williams, Cloth World, JoAnn’s                               Donors: Etta Mae Westbrook and Glen & Tisa Liford
                          Fabric & Crafts, New York Fabric & Craft and Western District
                          Tennessee Association of Family and Consumer Sciences




                         Elizabeth Moss, Henry Co.                                                            Bo Mantooth, Robertson Co.
                                                          Dairy                                                                         Dairy Foods
                         Donors: Tennessee 4-H Dairy Endowment
                                                                                              Donors: American Dairy Association of Tennessee, Tennessee
                            and Bob & the late Mary Jo Brinkmann
                                                                                                              Dairy Products Association and Janet Cluck




                          Lindsey Reeves, Robertson Co.                                                              Naomi Whitson, Tipton Co.
                          Dog Care                                                                                   Economics
                          Tennessee Farmers Cooperative and                                                          Donors: Farm Credit Services and Elva R. Hitch
                          Bob and the late Mary Jo Brinkmann




                       Wade Black, Hardeman Co.
                                                Entomology                                                Mary Ann Short, Hancock Co.
      State 4-H Entomology Fund, Tennessee Beekeepers Association                                                                   Fashion Review
                                     and Mrs. Harold F. Thompson                                 Donors: Janice & Lafayette Williams, Cloth World, JoAnn’s
                                                                                              Fabric & Crafts, New York Fabric & Craft and Western District
                                                                                                    Tennessee Association of Family and Consumer Sciences
                                                                                                                                 and Worrell’s Men’s Wear




                          Marian Wakefield                                                                           Wesley Duncan, Campbell Co.
                          Food & Nutrition                                                                           Forestry
                          Donors: Tennessee Department of Agriculture                                                Donors: The late G. Ray Wells, Dr. John Sharp,
                          and Smoky Mountain District TEAFCS                                                         the State 4-H Forestry Fund and Larry Brandon




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                          Carrie Harris, Campbell Co.                                                     Helen Collins, Madison Co.
                          Garden                                                                          Health
                          Donors: Tennessee Department of Agriculture and                                 Donors: Tennessee Rural Health Association
                          John and Susan Keller                                                           and Mrs. Harold F. Thompson




                            Lana Seal, Hancock Co.                                                       Phillip Ervin, Bradley Co.
                                       Home Environment                                                                Home Horticulture
               Mike and Martha Keel, Interior Design Services, Inc.                                 Donors:    Tennessee Department of Agriculture
                                               and Donna Bradley                                                          and Cherry Lane Darken




                          Alee Lynch, Rhea Co.                                                            Jenny Reed, Hamilton Co.
                          Horse                                                                           Leadership
                                                                                                          Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation, Bridgestone/Firestone
                          Donors: Tennessee Department of Agriculture, Tennessee
                                                                                                          Trust Fund, Ieula Lee Endowment Fund and
                          Horse Council, and Tennessee Farmers Cooperative
                                                                                                          Albert Gore, Sr. Memorial Endowment Fund




                          Ashley Green, Henry Co.                                              Amanda Carrington, Shelby Co.
                                                Meat Science                                                      Personal Development
                                                                                        Donors: Scottish Rite Masons of East Tennessee, Anna Mae
         Donors: Tennessee Farmers Cooperative and Shirley Miller
                                                                                                                Kobbe and Ivory & Pauletta Lyles




                                                                                                          Kristina Barwick, Shelby Co.
                          Adam Brown, Coffee Co.                                                          Photography
                          Petroleum Power                                                                 Donors: Coppinger & Affiliates, Leslie-Barrett Studio, Charles
                          Nissan Motor Manufacturing Corporation U.S.A. and                               Brooks Photography, Thompson Photo Products, Sally Smith and
                          Jim & Charlotte Wills                                                           Harry and Alice Ann Moore




                         Sarah Ferrell, DeKalb Co.                                                Jaime Davis, Montgomery Co.
                              Plant Science/Field Crops                                                                                Poultry
         Donors: Tennessee Agricultural Production Association and                     Donors: Tennessee Egg & Poultry Assoc., Tennessee Dept. of
                                 John Long Marks Memorial Fund                                       Agriculture and Specialist District TAE4-HW




                          Rosita Najmi, Knox Co.                                                           Ashley Edwards, Robertson Co.
                          Public Speaking                                                                  Safety
                          Donors: Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation,                                        Donors: Tennessee Farmers Mutual Insurance Co.
                          George Mays and TAE4-HW                                                          and Smoky Mountain District TAE4-HW




                  Nathan Perry, Williamson Co.                                                                Whit Willis, Coffee Co.
                                                          Sheep                                                                          Swine
          Donors: Tennessee Department of Agriculture, Tennessee
                                                                                          Donors: Tennessee Department of Agriculture, Tennessee
        Farmers Cooperative, Ben Powell Honorary Endowment and
                                                                                               Farmers Cooperative and Tennessee Pork Producers
                           Tennessee Sheep Producers Association
                                                                                                                                     Association




                          Brenna McGruder, Shelby Co.                                                     Preston Whillock, Sevier Co.
                          Veterinary Science                                                              Wildlife
                          Donors: Tennessee Vet Med Association, Tennessee                                Donors: The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency
                          Department of Agriculture and Phyllis Welch                                     and the Jim Byford Endowment Fund




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Donor Profile - G. L. Carter, Jr. (Continued from page 3)
Carter was the first in his family to graduate from college.                         president of the Former UT Institute of Agricultural
He later went on to earn an M.S. and a Ph.D. in                                      Workers Association, and a member of the UTIA
Cooperative Extension Administration at the University of                            planned giving advisory council. He recently toured the
Wisconsin.                                                                           state of Tennessee, visiting each district association of
                                                                                     retired UT Institute workers. Somehow this summer he
In addition to serving as an Extension 4-H agent in three                            also found time to cultivate a large garden behind his
Tennessee counties, Carter’s 44-year career included                                 home. Carter has been known to “load down” friends
working as the youth editor of a farm and ranch magazine,                            and neighbors with fresh garden produce when they
serving as a state 4-H staff member in both Tennessee and                            visit. This comes as no surprise to those who know his
North Carolina, and helping to create the Journal of Extension,                      generous nature.
a professional publication for Extension agents and
specialists. He also worked in Ireland for three years, where                        Carter’s gifts to the UT Institute of Agriculture include
he assisted in conducting a graduate program for Extension                           generous support for the Tennessee 4-H Foundation, from
workers. While working in North Carolina, Carter assisted                            which he has received recognition as a 4-H Hall of Fame
with the adult and community college education programs.                             Benefactor. Additionally, he has created an endowment to
                                                                                     support staff and program development for Extension in
When Carter left the family farm many years ago, he had                              the Smoky Mountain District. Alice Ann Moore, district
no idea his love of agriculture and helping others through                           supervisor, appreciates Carter’s generosity. “Dr. Carter is a
education would take him to so many places. “I never                                 product of the Extension system,” says Moore. “He believes
imagined that I would have all these different experiences,”                         the Extension educational model is still an effective way to
said Carter. Indeed, most professional educators of his era                          improve the lives of youth and their families, and he
would not have considered participating in such a diversity                          demonstrates that belief by supporting 4-H and Extension.”
of career opportunities.
                                                                                     Carter’s own positive experiences in planning and managing
Carter retired in 1993, and returned to his East Tennessee                           an estate convinced him to become actively engaged in
roots, moving to Morristown in Hamblen County. His love                              speaking to others about estate planning. “The benefits I
for agriculture remains strong. He is a partner with a niece                         have received by making gifts to the University, 4-H and
and nephew in a farming operation, and he recently moved                             other charitable organizations convinced me that there
to the rural countryside. The remodeled home in which he                             were a lot of other people who could benefit from doing the
now resides is similar in style and from the same era as the                         same,” said Carter. Because of this, he shares his own
home he left many years ago. The four-acre tract of land                             experience with others and encourages them to consider
surrounding the house joins the property of the family                               including the 4-H Foundation and the Institute of
partnership on which his niece and her husband live.                                 Agriculture in their estate plans.

Carter has remained active during retirement. He currently
serves as Tennessee 4-H Foundation vice president,




Tennessee 4-H Roundup Award Winners (Continued from page 6)




                   Nikki Mitchell, Dickson Co.                                                  Brianna Strasser, Marshall Co.
                   Achievement                                                                             Agricultural Leadership
                   Donors: Friends of 4-H and Bob & the late Mary Jo Brinkmann                           Donors: Mark Lowe and Jeff Welch




                    Abigail Ridge, Clay Co.
                 Home Economics Leadership
                                Donors: Mildred Clarke




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                                   Tennessee 4-H Club Foundation Donors
                                                     April 1 through June 30, 1999



Individuals                           Stephen H. Lester                    Businesses & Organizations                  Greene County Bank
                                      Glen & Tisa Liford                                                               Greenfield Banking Company
Barry & Peggy Adkins                  David & Katherine Long               American Savings Bank, Livingston           Harlin & Summers Dairy
Darrell & Jodee Ailshie               Dwight Loveday Jr.                   Appalachian Electric Cooperative            Home Federal Savings
Sudie Alston                          Ralph Lovely                         Auxiliary to the TN                              & Loan Association of Knoxville
Robert G. Ary Jr.                     Mark Lowe                                 Vet Med Association                    Holston Electric Corporation
Elmer & Charlene Ashburn              Ivory & Pauletta Lyles               BanCorp South                               Jackson Bank & Trust
Craig & Michelle Atkins               Amanda Maples                        BankFirst, Knoxville                        Jefferson Federal Savings & Loan
John Basinger                         Douglas Masengill Jr.                Bank of Bolivar                             Johnson County Bank
Bobby & Sherry Beets                  Ricky Mathenia                       Bank of Bradford                            KMK Acres
Don A. Bowman                         J.W. McGuire                         Bank of Camden                              Knoxville Scottish Rite Foundation
Denise Brandon                        Marcus McLemore                      Bank of Cleveland                           Lewis County Bank
Larry Douglas Brandon                 Robert Mehlhorn                      Bank of Commerce                            Macon Bank & Trust
Clare Nell Breeden                    Curtis & Sharon Melton               Bank of Crockett                            Memphis Agricultural Club
Bob & the late Mary Jo Brinkmann      Lewis Messick                        Bank of Frankewing                          Merchants & Planters Bank of Toone
Frank L. Brown                        Marcia Messick                       Bank of Friendship                          Munford Union Bank
Edward M. Burns                       Shirley Miller                       Bank of Huntingdon                          Nashville Area Agricultural Club
Nicky & Rita Casey                    Monty & Mary Montgomery              Bank of Nashville                           National Bank of Newport
Scott & Melanie Chadwell              Harry L. & Alice Ann Moore           Bank & Trust Community of                   Peoples Bank of Barretville
Donna J. Clouse                       Mitchell Mote                             Cheatham County                        Peoples Bank & Trust
Janet E. Cluck                        Rebecca A. Murray                    Benton Banking Co.                               Company of Byrdstown
Jane H. Connell                       Rosita Najmi                         Cargill Inc.                                Peoples Bank of Monroe County
Nancy Crouse                          James B. Neel                        Carter County Bank                          Peoples Bank of Polk County
Dorothy Curtis                        Barbara Nelson                       Cavalry Banking, Murfreesboro               Pickwick Electric Cooperative
Richard D. Daniel                     Stephen L. Officer                   Charles Brooks Photography                  Plateau Electric Cooperative
Cherry Lane Darken                    Charles M. Owen                      Citizens Bank of Lafayette                  Progressive Savings Bank
Larry Darnell                         Daniel G. Owen                       Citizens Bank of Carthage                   Somerville Bank & Trust Co.
Albert & Ellen Daugherty Sr.          Gordon Pafford                       Citizens Bank of Spencer                    TAE4-HW
Cindy Delvin                          Michael & Jan Page                   Citizens Bank & Trust of Rutledge           Tennessee Valley Fair
Michael Dennison                      William & Elaine Parker              Citizens National Bank of Athens            The Community Bank of Nashville
Lonnie & Jackie Donaldson             Carmen Parrilla                      Citizens National Bank of Sevierville       The Peoples National Bank
Joe Elliott                           Gayle Parrish                        Citizens Tri-County Bank of Dunlap               of LaFollette
Karen O. Elmore                       Charles Patrick                      Cleveland Bank & Trust Co.                  The Pillsbury Company
Jerry Estes                           Tommy & Janice Patterson             Decatur County Bank                         Thompson Photo Products
Russell Evans Jr.                     Greg Paxton                          Duck River Electric                         TN Ag Production Association
Patsy Ezell                           Rural & Nancy Peace                     Membership Corporation                   TN Horse Council, Inc.
Kevin Ferguson                        Lynn A. Pemberton                    Gates Banking & Trust Co.                   TN Quarter Horse Association
Thomas & Sandra Fortune               Dewayne Perry                        Farmers Bank of Portland                    TN Rural Health
Carolyn Fox                           Ben T. Powell                        Farmers & Merchants Bank of Clarksville           Improvement Association
Kim Frady                             Richard J. Powell                    Farmers & Merchants Bank of Trezevaut       TN Sheep Producers Association
John & Bonnie Fritch                  Emmit & Betty Rawls                  Farmers State Bank of Mountain City         TN Society of Farm Managers
Mark & Julie Gateley                  Bill J. Reed                         Favorite Recipes Press                           & Rural Appraisers
Mary Gibson                           Don & Mary Kate Ridgeway             First Citizens National Bank of Dyersburg   TN Valley Electric
Warren & Melissa Gill                 Nancy L. Roberts                     First Community Bank                             Cooperative Association
John & Paige Goddard                  Ronald Rogers                        First Farmers & Merchants                   TN Walking Horse
Ken Goddard                           Kevin L. Rose                             National Bank of Columbia                   Breeders Association
David Gordon                          Joye Hughes Rouse                    First National Bank of LaFollette           Tri-State Electric
Michael Gordon                        Bobby W. Sands                       First National Bank of Pikeville                 Member Cooperative
George & Erika Grandle                Tonya Savage                         First National Bank of Pulaski              Union Bank & Trust Company
Harold Griggs                         Betty Sewell                         First State Bank of Chapel Hill             Union Planters Bank of Paris
Sam H. Hale                           John & Helen Sharp Jr.               First Trust & Savings Bank                  Upper Cumberland Electric
Joe E. Hall                           Robert Shumake                       First Volunteer Bank of Jacksboro                Membership Corporation
Keith Hart                            Larry Skinner                        Forked Deer Electric Cooperative            UT Campus Chest
Theron & Joyce Hastings               Sally Smith                          Franklin National Bank                      Weakley County Bank
Marlin & Imogene Haston               Laura Smith                          Gibson County Electric                      Wilson Bank & Trust
Ruth Henderson                        Michael Smith                             Membership Corporation
Jane Ambrose Herron                   William & Kaye Smith Jr.
Waymon & Carey Hickman Sr.            Anne Sortor
Troy & Kathleen Hinton                Stephen & Virginia Street                             ...and special thanks to those donors
George & Peggy Hopper                 Stephen R. Sutton
Dill Hughes                           John H. Swafford
                                                                                               who prefer to remain anonymous
Mary Grace James                      Thomas & Kymberlie Swanks
John & Helen Jared                    John Teague Jr.
Camille Jessee                        Roger & Linda Thackston
Ruby Jeter
Dennis & Karen Jones
Michael & Martha Keel
                                      Martha Jo Tolley
                                      Nolan R. Turner
                                      Gregg Upchurch
                                                                                     $$ Money Matters $$
Susan Keller                          Roy Upton                                                 (April 1 to June 30, 2000)
Ben & Margaret Kimbrough Sr.          Charles T. Walker
Larry Kimery                          Etta Mae Westbrook
Randall Kimes                         James & Charlotte Wills Jr.                     Endowment Gifts                   $ 9,818.46
David & Judith Kirkpatrick
Judith Kovach
                                      Garlin R.Wilson
                                      Patricia B. Whitaker
                                                                                      Other Gifts                       $30,958.56
Brenda Kucharski                      James D. White                                  Total:                            $40,777.02
Linda Lambert                         Rosalind L. Woodard
Don Ledford                           Amy E. Wrye
                                                                                    Assets as of June 30, 2000: $2,489,918.90




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2000-2001 Tennessee 4-H Club Foundation Board of Directors

Al Gore              Jack Britt         Harold Griggs
Honorary Chairman    Knoxville, TN      Lexington, TN
of the Board
Vice President of    Jerry Bullock      Murray Miles
the United States    Memphis, TN        Culleoka, TN
Ray Wilson           Taylor Cawood      Ben T. Powell
President            Cleveland, TN      Knoxville, TN
Smyrna, TN

G. L. Carter         Pat Clark          Ben Sanders
Vice President       Brentwood, TN      Charleston, TN
Morristown, TN
                     Jim Cooper         Sally Smith
Martha Jo Tolley     Nashville, TN      Nashville, TN
Secretary
Knoxville, TN        Julie Galloway     Ray Spann
                     Cookeville, TN     Jackson, TN
Charles L. Norman
Treasurer            Teresa Goddard     Lelan Statom
Knoxville, TN        Knoxville, TN      Nashville, TN
Mark D. Gateley
Executive Director                      Carol White
Clinton, TN                             Pelham, TN




                         visit the                           A participant in the Cumberland District 4-H Golf Classic drives one down the
                         Tennessee 4-H Foundation            fairway, hoping for the “hole-in-one” prize of a new truck from Barker
                         on the web at:                      Chevrolet. The benefit golf tournament was held at the beautiful Willow Brook
                                                             Golf Course near Manchester. This was the district’s second annual
                                                             tournament. Proceeds of the tournament provide young people with
                                                             scholarships to Tennessee 4-H Congress. At least one 4-H member from
www.utextension.utk.edu/tn4hfoundation/                      each of the 27 Cumberland District counties will be able to attend Congress
                                                             as a result of the fund-raising effort.



Tennessee 4-H Club Foundation, Inc.                                   Address correction requested                      NON-PROFIT ORG.
P. O. Box 1071                                                                                                           U.S. POSTAGE
Knoxville, Tennessee 37901-1071                                                                                               PAID
                                                                                                                         KNOXVILLE, TN
                                                                                                                         PERMIT No. 662




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