2013 State 4-H Congress Delegates
“What Is Hidden Beneath Your Mask? Unmasking The Real You” was the theme for this year’s State 4-H Congress held on the campus of Clemson University. For four days, July 17-20, over 100 outstanding 4-H teens and volunteers celebrated their involvement and achievements in South Carolina 4-H. The Fairfield County delegation included
4-Hers from the Fairfield Teen Leadership Club.
Throughout the State Congress, participants listened to energetic speakers, attended workshops, participated in community service projects, learned about being good citizens and met the Clemson Tigers’ quarterback Tajh Boyd.
Pictured: Angela Jones, Fairfield 4-H Agent; Vernon Kennedy, Jr.; Jordan Tillman; Joseph Duncan; Paul A. Jones, III; Cobi Lee; Byron Counts, Jr.; Joshua Legette; Kimberly Legette and Jordan Belton
For additional information about becoming a volunteer and joining 4H, please call Mrs. Angela Jones at 803 635 4722, ext 112 firstname.lastname@example.org.
4-H is a community of young people across America who are learning leadership, citizenship, and life skills.
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