Tyler County Teens Enjoy Meeting At 4-H Campground
The Tyler County Teen Leaders had their first meeting on May 6, 2021 at the Tyler County Campground in Middlebourne. Haydon Ammons, Katie Doig, Kate Gorrell and Ava Gorrell were in attendance.
After participating in some ice-breaker activities, the members tie-dyed face masks for an upcoming 4-H event. The evening concluded with members discussing future events and activities with adult volunteers and Extension Agent, Julia Bolin.
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