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Brunswick County Teen Council is a 4-H teen club for students in sixth grade up to 19 years old. It meets one Saturday each month.
Club goals are to plan and implement 4-H programs, leadership growth and to “join the Revolution of Responsibility.”
This month, members elected their 2013 officers: Kenan Bridges, president; Amber Yurgel, vice president; Angelique Apple, secretary/treasurer; and Samantha Lawrence, club reporter.
Club members also helped design and voted on the T-shirt design and color for the upcoming Teens in Leadership Training retreat.
Meetings for the next three months include 4-H alumni Perry Grosch’s presentation on the University of Reading Archaeological Field School at Roman Silchester at 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 12, at Cooperative Extension, 25 Referendum Drive in Bolivia.
The February meeting will be during the Teens in Leadership Training Weekend Feb. 15-16 at Fort Caswell.
In March, the Teen Council will meet Saturday, March 2, to help finalize plans on the annual 4-H Achievement Banquet on Thursday, March 7.
To learn more about Brunswick County 4-H and how to participate in activities like these, contact Blair Green, 4-H Extension agent, at email@example.com or Angie Lawrence, 4-H program assistant, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Call the Cooperative Extension office at 253-2610 or visit its website at http://brunswickco4h.shutterfly.com/ or blog at http://brunswick4h.wordpress.com/.