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Senters receives regional award

Fran Senters, 4-H program assistant with North Carolina Cooperative Extension, was recently recognized for outstanding contributions to Lincoln County 4-H Programs. Senters was awarded the “Crandall’s Cream of the Crop,” awarded by Dr. Deborah Crandall, Southwest District Extension director.
One Southwest District Extension employee is recognized with this award quarterly.
Senters began working as 4-H program assistant a little over a year ago.
Since that time, she has been instrumental in developing new 4-H clubs and 4-H special interest programs. Five new 4-H clubs including the 4-H Masterminds Club at a Place to Grow, the Hot Dog 4-H Club and the 4-H Drama Club at the Sunrise Community, Do the Do 4-H Club at East Lincoln Middle School and the Voting 4-H Club with East Lincoln Christian Ministries were formed under Senter’s guidance.
Senters also organized the 4-H Summer Ventures Program consisting of six mini camp programs which reached approximately 50 youth.
One of Senters major goals for the future is to make 4-H programs more available to Latino youth. She has a passion for children and wants to increase 4-H availability for all youth, especially children not traditionally served by the program.
For more information about 4-H programs, contact the Lincoln County 4-H, North Carolina Cooperative Extension at 704-736-8458.

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