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Seven attend state 4-H Council
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Liberty County was recently represented by seven 4-H’ers at State 4-H Council at Rock Eagle.
Local delegates to the annual meeting were Kevin Morris, Sigma Lambda Chi vice president, Kirsten Morris, 4-H homeschool vice president, and Chazare Riley, Sigma Lambda Chi secretary. They were joined by additional voting delegates, Autumn Mitchell, Lizzie Rowzie, Wesley Graham and Nathaniel Cochran. Mark Morris, adult volunteer, accompanied the 4-H’ers to the event.
4-H’ers and leaders representing almost every county in the state were represented.  The theme was “A Little 4-H Goes a Long Way”.
The 4-H’ers spent three days attending educational programs, and participating in a citizenship ceremony. They studied issues, elected state 4-H officers and exchanged ideas with new friends.
In addition, the 4-H’ers competed for an Iron Clover Award, a rotating award presented annually to the district that excels in competitions such as softball, volleyball and an obstacle course. Other highlights included dances, swimming, and a performance by Clovers & Company.
For more information about 4-H, call the Liberty County Extension Office at 876-2133. You may also stop by the office at 100-A Liberty St. in Hinesville, or visit the Georgia 4-H homepage at
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