4H for­ever

The Covington News - - EDUCATION - sub­mit­ted photo /The Cov­ing­ton News

Coun­ter­clock­wise from top: Soldiers at Joint Base Myer-Hen­der­son Hall of­fer a dra­matic pre­sen­ta­tion of Amer­i­can mil­i­tary his­tory dur­ing Twi­light Tat­too; Ge­or­gia 4-H del­e­gates to Ci­ti­zen­ship Wash­ing­ton Fo­cus spent a day on Capi­tol Hill vis­it­ing Ge­or­gia con­gress­men. UGA Col­lege of Agri­cul­tural and En­vi­ron­men­tal Sci­ences con­gres­sional agri­cul­ture fel­low Tess Ham­mock, in­tern­ing in Rep. Austin Scott’s of­fice, gave her fel­low 4-H’ers a per­sonal tour of the Capi­tol. Pic­tured left to right, MaKenzy McCord, AJ Howard, Tess Ham­mock, Terri Fuller­ton and Doug Kim­ble; Sen. Saxby Cham­b­liss talks to Ge­or­gia 4-H del­e­gates (l-r) AJ Howard, MaKenzy McCord and vol­un­teer leader Doug Kim­ble about his early pub­lic speak­ing ex­pe­ri­ences with Ge­or­gia 4-H.

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