4-H affiliates address Rotarians

by | August 14, 2019 5:07 pm

The Swainsboro Rotary Club met Monday, August 5, at Catered Creations during lunch. The club’s president, Kristin Hall, called the meeting to order, and the assembled recited the pledge and 4-Way Test.

Athen Walden addressed club absences, then the program began.

The speakers for the meeting were Jakyn Tyson and Arham Shaw.

Tyson is the 4-H coordinator for Emanuel County. She informed the Rotarians that in 2018, there were 981 students enrolled in 4-H in Georgia.

Shah, the newly-elected state president, spoke about his experiences with 4-H, including the election process. One of the other experiences he mentioned was the opportunity to tour Washington, D.C. and meet politicians from both the state and national levels. Shah plans to speak in front of the House and Senate on Georgia 4-H Day, and he has aspirations of becoming a politician one day. He is a student at Swainsboro High school and is the son of Neil and Hema Shaw.

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