Celebrating National 4-H Week


This is National 4-H Week, a time to celebrate the nation’s largest youth organization with more than 6 million young people involved in the organization. There are 21 4-H clubs in Mason County, with two new clubs being formed and 13 Cloverbud clubs for younger children. The Mason County Commission, including Commissioners Rick Handley, Tracy Doolittle and Miles Epling, along with County Administrator John Gerlach and County Clerk Diana Cromley, are pictured showing support for National 4-H Week along with Jr. Miss 4-H Sarah Deem and Young Miss 4-H Addyson Stein. Also pictured is Lorrie Wright, WVU Extension educator and 4-H coordinator. Miss 4-H Kelsey Zuspan is not pictured. Call the WVU Extension Office at 304-675-0888 for information on how to join a local 4-H club.


This is National 4-H Week, a time to celebrate the nation’s largest youth organization with more than 6 million young people involved in the organization. There are 21 4-H clubs in Mason County, with two new clubs being formed and 13 Cloverbud clubs for younger children. The Mason County Commission, including Commissioners Rick Handley, Tracy Doolittle and Miles Epling, along with County Administrator John Gerlach and County Clerk Diana Cromley, are pictured showing support for National 4-H Week along with Jr. Miss 4-H Sarah Deem and Young Miss 4-H Addyson Stein. Also pictured is Lorrie Wright, WVU Extension educator and 4-H coordinator. Miss 4-H Kelsey Zuspan is not pictured. Call the WVU Extension Office at 304-675-0888 for information on how to join a local 4-H club.

This is National 4-H Week, a time to celebrate the nation’s largest youth organization with more than 6 million young people involved in the organization. There are 21 4-H clubs in Mason County, with two new clubs being formed and 13 Cloverbud clubs for younger children. The Mason County Commission, including Commissioners Rick Handley, Tracy Doolittle and Miles Epling, along with County Administrator John Gerlach and County Clerk Diana Cromley, are pictured showing support for National 4-H Week along with Jr. Miss 4-H Sarah Deem and Young Miss 4-H Addyson Stein. Also pictured is Lorrie Wright, WVU Extension educator and 4-H coordinator. Miss 4-H Kelsey Zuspan is not pictured. Call the WVU Extension Office at 304-675-0888 for information on how to join a local 4-H club.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_10.9-PPR-4H-Week.jpgThis is National 4-H Week, a time to celebrate the nation’s largest youth organization with more than 6 million young people involved in the organization. There are 21 4-H clubs in Mason County, with two new clubs being formed and 13 Cloverbud clubs for younger children. The Mason County Commission, including Commissioners Rick Handley, Tracy Doolittle and Miles Epling, along with County Administrator John Gerlach and County Clerk Diana Cromley, are pictured showing support for National 4-H Week along with Jr. Miss 4-H Sarah Deem and Young Miss 4-H Addyson Stein. Also pictured is Lorrie Wright, WVU Extension educator and 4-H coordinator. Miss 4-H Kelsey Zuspan is not pictured. Call the WVU Extension Office at 304-675-0888 for information on how to join a local 4-H club.
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