Camden 4-H Youth Recognition

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Camden County 4-H would like to recognize Gretchen Wooten and Adriane Navolis for their participation recently in 4-H programs and events.
MushroomGretchen recently participated in the Camden County 4-H Photography Contest. Participants had the option of submitting photos in 3 categories, 4-H Action, Nature’s Beauty, and Pets in Action. Gretchen submitted a phenomenal photo of Nature’s Beauty and won 1st place.
Adriane Navolis participated in Northeast District Activity Day. Her presentation was on “How To Make Polymer Clay Figures.” Adriane represented Camden County well.
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Again, we would like to thank these two outstanding youth for their hard work.