Currituck County 4-H Honored at 69th Annual 4-H Electric Congress

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Currituck County 4H-er’s were among the honorees at the 69th annual 4-H Electric Congress held at the University of North Carolina-Ashville (UNC-A), July 12-14,2016. This event recognizes youth who have spent the past year learning about electricity, alternative energy sources and practices, and new and emerging electric and energy technologies. Youth must also have completed an electricity/energy project record and have participated in events allowing them to share their knowledge with others in the community. North Carolina 4-H Electric Congress is sponsored by Duke Energy, Dominion NC Power, and N.C. Cooperative Extension, NCSU.

Winner’s from Currituck County were Zechariah Crawford, 15, son of Kathleen and Shannon Crawford, Gabriel Campbell, 13, son of Heather and Mike Campbell and Armani Rascoe, 13, daughter of Pamela Reading. Heather Campbell attended as an adult volunteer leader. Gabriel Campbell and Armani Rascoe received Electric Project Record awards and Zechariah Crawford received an Electric Portfolio Record award and a 2nd Place Territorial Award.

This years 4-H Electric Congress participants built a solar car model, participated in electric/energy workshops, went whitewater rafting and participated in an electric/energy career fair.

The 4-H Electric Program is one of many science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) focused programs offered through 4-H. For more information on how you can become involved in this, or any other 4-H program, contact the 4-H office, N.C. Cooperative Extension, Currituck County Center at 252-232-2262.

Pictured below:

Pam Pekrun from Dominion NC Power, Stephanie Minton from Currituck 4-H, Zechariah Crawford, Armani Rascoe, Heather Campbell, and Gabriel Campbell.

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