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April 29, 2009

Onslow museum hosts 4-H Centennial exhibit

Onslow 4-H exhibit
Onslow 4-H agent Greg Clemmons, right, talks with Lisa Whittman-Grice, Onslow County Museum Director, at the new 4-H Centennial exhibit.

Lisa Whittman-Grice, Onslow County Museum Director, and Greg Clemmons, 4-H agent, look over the 4-H Centennial exhibit at the Onslow County Museum. This exhibit was the project of Whittman-Grice, who participated in Onslow 4-H during the late 1970s and early 80s. The exhibit already has been viewed by several hundred people, and it will remain in place for several months. "We are very happy to be able to market the past and present of 4-H here in Onslow County for all to see," Clemmons said.

Extension Online News encourages counties to send photos and information about their 4-H Centennial celebrations to natalie_hampton@ncsu.edu.

Posted by Natalie at April 29, 2009 01:31 PM