Savannah Lee Tolbert
The middle picture is a shot of me practicing archery, which is something I enjoy immensely. I guess you could say that I am a sharp shooter, because I have very good aim and can hit a small target from very far away. The farthest I've ever shot was 60 yards, and I had a group about 5 inches in diameter. I don't really compete though, mostly because there isn't a 4-H archery club. I don't have a picture of it, but I also used to participate in the 4-H rifle club, before it ceased to exist.
The bottom picture is at the most recent fair. I showed a scramble heifer, and won 1st in my weight class and 3rd overall. I have raised animals all my life, usually pigs (which I never did very well at), and I plan to show a steer this year. The cool thing about it is that the steer I have was born from the scramble heifer I raised my freshman year. We bred her shortly after that fair, and she had a bull calf. I decided to show him for my senior project, as a cool little way to wrap up my last year in 4-H.