Thursday, December 27, 2012 at 10:55 am (Updated: December 27, 11:33 am)
By VINCE LUECKE
PERRY COUNTY – The rolling hills of West Virginia may be far removed in distance from those in Perry County but there’s strong similarities in the closeness of the two communities and their love of 4-H.
That’s the assessment of Perry County’s new 4-H youth development educator.
Megan Andrews began work in November and succeeded Renate Jobst, who is now the director of the Perry County Community Foundation.
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