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Who: Youth ages 11 – 18 that are interested in learning more about leadership, program planning for the county, and those who are will to help make 4-H a better place!

What: County Council is a Teen Group that meets once a month and acts as a youth advisory council for the Davie County 4-H Program. These youth plan programs, and activities for the county 4-H program and are leaders within the program.

When: TBD

Where: N.C. Cooperative Extension, Davie County Office, right next door to the courthouse. 180 S. Main St. Mocksville, NC 27028

Why: This is a great opportunity for youths that have leadership potential to be a larger part of the 4-H program in Davie County. They plan large-scale programs, hold leadership roles, and serve as ambassadors to clubs and county leaders.

How much experience do I need: None. If you are interested in learning more or being a part of 4-H and other clubs may not be the best fit, then come on out and join us. Everyone in 4-H needs a place to call home. Make a difference by joining County Council.

Who do I contact: Danny Lough (danny_lough@ncsu.edu)