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A collection of 4-H Images. A trip down memory Lane
Spread the word!!!!!
We are on the hunt for 4-H alumni and their memorabilia to show case at the Cleveland County fair. We will have a section dedicated to “A trip down memory lane” that will showcase Cleveland County 4-H members from all the way back in 1928 to present day. We have many wonderful pictures and a few ribbons to show case. However, if anyone in the county is a 4-H Alumni and has anything they would like to let us showcase during the fair that would be fabulous. Everything will be protected, labeled and returned to the owners after the fair.
Things we are looking for:
* Photos
And anything else that is 4-H related that you would like us to put on display.
Please contact Carey 4-H Agent at csstewa5@ncsu.edu
All items will need to be brought to the Extension office by September 21st.