4-H Tri-County Leadership Academy underway


Courtesy of Harlan County Extension Service The second annual 4-H Tri-County (Harlan-Bell-Knox) Leadership Academy is well underway. Recently Harlan County’s 4-H Academy leaders addressed the government component of the curriculum by meeting with local Harlan County officials and touring the Harlan County Courthouse and Justice Center. The group met in December in Knox County for a community service project. Media Day for Tri-County 4-H Leadership Academy was Feb. 11 at the Pineville Sun and the Middlesboro Radio Station. The group then toured Lincoln Memorial University’s closed circuit television station. Mock interviews are also scheduled for March at the 4-H Annex. A Leadership Graduation is scheduled for April. Harlan County 4-H Leadership members selected from Harlan County High School and Harlan Independent School by their school officials are: Cameron Carmical, Lydia Cassim, Jared Sizemore, Jayda Young, Emily Eldridge, Grayson Raleigh and Carlie Hatfield.


Courtesy of Harlan County Extension Service

The second annual 4-H Tri-County (Harlan-Bell-Knox) Leadership Academy is well underway. Recently Harlan County’s 4-H Academy leaders addressed the government component of the curriculum by meeting with local Harlan County officials and touring the Harlan County Courthouse and Justice Center. The group met in December in Knox County for a community service project. Media Day for Tri-County 4-H Leadership Academy was Feb. 11 at the Pineville Sun and the Middlesboro Radio Station. The group then toured Lincoln Memorial University’s closed circuit television station. Mock interviews are also scheduled for March at the 4-H Annex. A Leadership Graduation is scheduled for April. Harlan County 4-H Leadership members selected from Harlan County High School and Harlan Independent School by their school officials are: Cameron Carmical, Lydia Cassim, Jared Sizemore, Jayda Young, Emily Eldridge, Grayson Raleigh and Carlie Hatfield.

Courtesy of Harlan County Extension Service The second annual 4-H Tri-County (Harlan-Bell-Knox) Leadership Academy is well underway. Recently Harlan County’s 4-H Academy leaders addressed the government component of the curriculum by meeting with local Harlan County officials and touring the Harlan County Courthouse and Justice Center. The group met in December in Knox County for a community service project. Media Day for Tri-County 4-H Leadership Academy was Feb. 11 at the Pineville Sun and the Middlesboro Radio Station. The group then toured Lincoln Memorial University’s closed circuit television station. Mock interviews are also scheduled for March at the 4-H Annex. A Leadership Graduation is scheduled for April. Harlan County 4-H Leadership members selected from Harlan County High School and Harlan Independent School by their school officials are: Cameron Carmical, Lydia Cassim, Jared Sizemore, Jayda Young, Emily Eldridge, Grayson Raleigh and Carlie Hatfield.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_4-H-Leadership-Harlan-County.jpgCourtesy of Harlan County Extension Service The second annual 4-H Tri-County (Harlan-Bell-Knox) Leadership Academy is well underway. Recently Harlan County’s 4-H Academy leaders addressed the government component of the curriculum by meeting with local Harlan County officials and touring the Harlan County Courthouse and Justice Center. The group met in December in Knox County for a community service project. Media Day for Tri-County 4-H Leadership Academy was Feb. 11 at the Pineville Sun and the Middlesboro Radio Station. The group then toured Lincoln Memorial University’s closed circuit television station. Mock interviews are also scheduled for March at the 4-H Annex. A Leadership Graduation is scheduled for April. Harlan County 4-H Leadership members selected from Harlan County High School and Harlan Independent School by their school officials are: Cameron Carmical, Lydia Cassim, Jared Sizemore, Jayda Young, Emily Eldridge, Grayson Raleigh and Carlie Hatfield.

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