New 4-H officers elected

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On Nov. 12, a 4-H meeting was held at the St. Regis School in the music room. The contents of this meeting were mainly focused on the newly elected officers, although the result was relatively the same as the previous year — spare the positions. A smaller focus was also targeted toward the 4-H committees. The officers shown are, from left to right, Kiki Trayer (Recreational Leader), Tia Hendrick (Historian), Macy Hill (Secretary), Emma Hill (President), Carter Jasper (Vice President), Baylee Pruitt (Treasurer) and Jack Connolly (Reporter). (Photo courtesy of Jack Connolly).

Jack Connolly, 4-H Reporter

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