THIS WEEK'S HEADLINES IN THE APRIL 25 EDITION OF THE ELBERTON STAR
Ribbon cutting for Global Youth Service program at the county extension office are (L-R) Julie Williams, Rick Prince, Emma Williams, Madison Brown, Chris Alexander, Madison Clements and Patrick Marcenllino (Photo by Toney)
The Elbert County 4-H Extenison Staff celebrated the 30th Annual Global Youth Service Day on Friday by completing the majority of the work for the service project, "Plant a Seed for Hunger." Emma Williams, a freshman at Elbert County Comprehensive High School (ECCHS) and active 4-H'er received the 2018 Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation Global Youth Service Day grant through Youth Service America in the amount of $400 to help fund the project. Read the full story in the April 25 editionf of The Elberton Star.
MORE HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK'S EDITION:
-Employee insurance: Bowman council looking at health insurance obligations
-Film industry in Granite Capital: The new hollywood?
-Early voting to start on Monday morning
-Historical Society meets in Sam Elbert conference room
EMH 'Duck Derby' Saturday, May 5
-Georgia Bulldog Mecole Hardman will be at Blackwell Gym
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