Currituck’s Stephanie Minton, Recognized for Outstanding Work

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Stephanie Minton, 4-H Program Assistant with N.C. Cooperative Extension in Currituck County has been making a difference through her work for a number of years, and now she has the awards to prove it. Ms. Minton recently received the state-wide “4-H Make a Difference Award” as well as the “Dr. Bernadette G. Watts Award of Excellence.” These awards recognize outstanding accomplishments to 4-H by 4-H Program Assistants throughout the state of North Carolina.

“During her tenure, Stephanie has brought a number of creative and educational programs to the youth of Currituck County,” stated Sherry Fischlschweiger, Currituck 4-H and Youth Development Agent. “She has proven herself to be a true asset to our Extension and 4-H teams.” 

Stephanie Minton holding award with Dr. Bonanno

Stephanie Minton (left) receives award from NC State Extension Director, Dr. Rich Bonanno (right).

Mrs. Minton was presented these awards by her peers at the annual meeting of the North Carolina Association of Extension Program Assistants, Associates, and Technicians held in Wrightsville Beach, NC earlier this fall. For more information on 4-H or other programs offered by N.C. Cooperative Extension in Currituck County, visit our website.