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May 11, 2006

Linda Gore honored by Moore Advisory Council

Linda Gore

Moore County 4-H agent Linda Gore was honored recently at a recently at a reception hosted by the Moore County Extension Advisory Council. The reception was to honor volunteers across all program areas for their service.

Advisory Council Chairman Mike Thamm thanked Gore for expertly managing a growing 4-H program, while also serving as interim county Extension director last year. The Advisory Council presented Gore with a gift certificate to show appreciation for all she has done for the local Extension program.

Council Vice Chairman Vern Pike served as master of ceremonies and highlighted the different types of volunteer efforts in the county. One Extension and Community Association club contributed 4,010 hours of community service. To achieve such a feat would require one person to work 24 hours a day from January 1 to June 16.

Posted by Natalie at May 11, 2006 02:32 PM