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June 15, 2006

Pamlico County 4-H agent auctions 'pride' to send kids to camp

An article in today's New Bern Sun Journal highlights the efforts of Extension 4-H agent Pete Anderson to raise money for children to attend Camp BJP in Reidsville. Dubbed "Shameless Pete," Anderson is auctioning off the opportunity to pick his outfit for the Croaker Festival parade in Oriental on July 1.

As he says in the article, "If they are an individual, or a local business, their name will be promoted on the float as buying my pride to raise money for kids for camp. I will wear that outfit all around Oriental. And, the donations are tax deductible."

Among the most popular costume ideas floating around town: cheerleader outfit, tutu, tropical dress and clown suit.

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Posted by Suzanne at June 15, 2006 02:00 PM