The Tattnall County Commissioners welcomed the Tattnall County Extension staff and several 4-H members to their meeting of Monday, October 3, 2022, with National 4-H Week observed October 2-8, with a theme of "Opportunity 4All."
Staff in attendance included Rachel Stewart, Tattnall County Extension Coordinator/Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) Agent; Rebekah Greene, Agent/4-H; and Derrick Bowen and Aubrey Shirley, Ag Agents. Bradley Moye, 4-H Educator, was unable to attend.
The 4-H members attending included Ariel Cruz, a Tattnall County High School (TCHS) senior who is co-president of Tattnall 4-H (along with Jamie Ellis); Maribel Gonzalez, a TCHS junior who served as a Teen Leader at 4-H camp; Jesi Lanier, a TCHS senior who participated in the 4-H State Horse Show; and Megan Miller, who serves as a 4-H Ambassador and is on the Clovers & Company (entertainment) team.
Ariel Cruz also spoke to the commissioners, sharing the positive aspects of her 4-H journey and the opportunities for expression that her District Project Achievement competitions had provided her. She also thanked the commissioners for their support of the 4-H program in Tattnall County.
During a 15-minute intermission in the meeting, the 4-H members and staff served refreshments to the commissioners and guests at the meeting in gratitude for the county's support.