Glynn County 4-H competed in a district wide event that involved consumer judging and creating informational posters on cotton. The event was held in Lyons and was aimed at teaching the 4-H’ers the importance of cotton and being a smart and resourceful consumer. The local team did great, placing 6th out of 15 counties that competed.

Pictured are Kylie Dallas, Chanthony Andrews Jr., Sydney Montgomery, Alexis Chang, Hayden Hancock, Trinity Saunders, Donna Stewart, Raylond Payne, Amarion Walden and Jordan Smith. Not pictured are Beth Walker (coach), Chasity and Aaron Saunders (volunteers).

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