The Monthly Clover – May 2017 Edition

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The May Edition of The Monthly Clover is here… As the academic school year comes to a close, we are extremely proud of all of our graduating seniors. We wish all of you the absolute best as you turn the page on this chapter. Wherever you go, we hope that you will continue to pledge your HEAD to clearer thinking, HEART to greater loyalty, HANDS to larger service and HEALTH to better living for your club, community, country and world. CONGRATULATIONS!

As 4-H Agent, I would like to personally thank every 4-H’er, club leader, county council member, advisory council member, 4-H advocate and community member for your support of the Orange County 4-H Program over the last few years. We have collectively worked to serve the youth and communities of Carrboro, Chapel Hill and Hillsborough through various programming efforts. However, the time has come for a transition. Effective June 9th, I will be resigning from my position. However, I proudly bleed 4-H green and will continue to support the mission of 4-H in the future. I wish you all the absolute best in your lifelong pursuits of happiness and hope that our paths cross again…

“Some people wish it will happen… Some people wait for it to happen… Orange County 4-H People Make It Happen…”