New Volunteer Leaders’ Association Officers Elected

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February 1-3, 2019, over 190 volunteers from over 50 counties gathered in Raleigh to attend 4-H Volunteer Leaders’ Conference and celebrate the 40th anniversary of the North Carolina 4-H Volunteer Leaders’ Association. A great time was had as 4-H Volunteers learned together and celebrated the accomplishments of each other. One of the highlights of the conference was electing those that will lead the Association for 2019-2020. Congratulations to:

Kim Lackey, 2019-2020 State 4-H Volunteer Leaders’ Association Past President (Sampson County)

Alisha Brown, 2019-2020 State 4-H Volunteer Leaders’ Association President (Scotland County)

Pam Davis, 2019-2020 State 4-H Volunteer Leaders’ Association President-Elect (Stokes County)

Alesia Moore, 2019-2020 State 4-H Volunteer Leaders’ Association Vice President (Franklin County)

Molly LaHay, 2019-2020 State 4-H Volunteer Leaders’ Association Secretary (Nash County)

Marilyn Merritt, 2019-2020 State 4-H Volunteer Leaders’ Association Treasurer (Robeson County)

A special thank you to this year’s presenting conference sponsor –  North Carolina’s Electric Cooperatives. Thank you for your support of North Carolina 4-H. To learn more about how you can become involved with the North Carolina 4-H Volunteer Leaders’ Association, be sure to talk to your 4-H Agent.