December 6, 2022
  • 2:32 pm Wellington knocks Sudan out of playoffs
  • 2:31 pm Virtual AgriLife Crop Production and Protection Seminar set for December
  • 2:30 pm Bailey County elects new officer team
  • 2:27 pm FSA accepting offers for state acres for wildlife enhancement intiatives
  • 2:26 pm Thanksgiving is the Forgotten Holiday

BAILEY COUNTY 4-H OFFICERS – During the second meeting of the 2022-2023 4-H year, the new officer team was elected to lead Bailey 4-H. Abbi Jones was elected as President, Brissya Martinez was elected as Vice-President, Zoe Hancock was elected as Secretary, Frank Hettinga was elected Treasurer, Gia Hernandez was elected as Senior Reporter, and Julia McCamish as Junior Reporter. These officers will attend officer trainings and work towards goals they have set for the Bailey 4-H Club. They are responsible for learning and using parliamentary procedure to conduct the monthly business meetings. Upcoming business for the rest of the fall will be to plan a Christmas party, conduct community service, and build a parade float. Pictured L-R: Brissya Martinez, Julia McCamish, Gia Hernandez, Frank Hettinga, Abi Jones, Zoe Hancock 

Provided by John Villalba/Bailey County AgriLife Extension Office


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