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Cumberland County 4-H Leaders

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Cumberland County 4-H member Heather Koering of Vineland has been selected to attend National 4-H Congress scheduled for November 28-December 2 in Atlanta, Georgia. Ms. Koering is part of the New Jersey delegation of 20 teen 4-H members from 12 counties (Burlington, Camden, Cumberland, Gloucester, Hunterdon, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris Ocean, Salem, Somerset and Sussex). National 4-H Congress is the premiere educational and recognition event for the 4-H youth development program. For over 90 years, youth from the United States and its territories have participated in this youth leadership development conference. Congress provides youth, ages 14-19, a quality educational and cross-cultural experience. The program combines a variety of sessions, seminars, discussion groups and a service learning experience for the delegates. “We are delighted to have Heather represent Cumberland County and the garden state at this national 4-H program” offers Julie Karavan, Cumberland County 4-H Agent. “ Young people like Heather are the best illustration that 4-H grows great kids.” Koering, who received the 2014 4-H Member of the year award at the 2014 Cumberland County 4-H annual recognition program, was previously named Cumberland County 4-H Equestrian of the Year, and regularly serves as an ambassador and peer mentor within the Cumberland County 4-H program.


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