Three local 4-H volunteer leaders inducted into WV 4-H All Stars

Three local 4-H volunteer leaders inducted into the West Virginia 4-H All Stars during the recent Young Adult Conference at WVU Jackson’s Mill were, left to right, Angie Davis, Tracy Hott and Leah Kidner.

Angie Davis, Tracy Hott and Leah Kidner, all Hampshire County 4-H volunteer leaders, were recently inducted into the West Virginia 4-H All Stars during the recent young adult conference at WVU Jackson’s Mill. Special thanks to 4-H volunteer leader Cynthia Corbin and 4-H members Robbie Paugh and Mackenzie Kerns for assisting with the ceremony.

The all-star motto is “service.” These distinguished recipients have served and continue to serve the 4-H program in Hampshire County and throughout West Virginia. Statewide, 4-H All Stars support the 4-H youth development program of the West Virginia University Extension Service. They provide continuing service to the 4-H program through leadership in 4-H activities and through the contribution of time, energy and resources.

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