DJ Salyer, Alexander County 4-H Extension Agent; Merylin Davis, Alexander County 4-H Volunteer and Kaylor Berwick, Alexander County 4-H'er attended the 72nd Annual Electric Congress
July 9-11 at Western Carolina University. Youth have to meet certain requirements in order to be able to attend this event. Kaylor is a member of the Shockers 4-H Club in Alexander County and Merylin is the club leader. If you have youth ages 5-18 that have interest in Electricity and Science please call the N.C. Cooperative Extension-Alexander County Center at 828-632-3125 to learn more about the club and when they meet.
Youth Attend N.C. 4-H Congress
Alexander 4-H Youth attended N.C. 4-H Congress from July 20th-23rd in Raleigh, NC. Youth from across the state come together for a opportunity to build leadership skills, experience educational tours and social events, and recognize the accomplishments of attendees. Alexander County 4-H had one individual that performed at the N.C 4-H Gala on Monday evening, which is a great accomplishment. Nolan Heath, Shockers 4-H Club, played his guitar and sang a tune for the crowd and did a superb job. Alexander 4-H had two other youth attend the events, Anna Beth Harris, Whisk it Up 4-H Club, and Kaylor Berwick, Shockers 4-H Club. Anna Beth Harris just finished up her term as the South Central District 4-H President. She has done a wonderful job representing South Central District and Alexander County. Way to go Alexander 4-H!