Chatham County 4-H Delegation Attends Annual Electric Congress

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Chatham County 4-H Electric Delegate, Noble LaRocco Masi, accepts an award from Duke Energy Progress for his electric recruits during the 2014-2015 year.

Chatham County 4-H Electric Delegate, Noble LaRocco Masi, accepts an award from Duke Energy Progress for his electric recruits during the 2014-2015 year.

A delegation from Chatham County attended the 68th annual 4-H Electric Congress July 13-15 at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. The three-day event included over 180 4-Hers, adult leaders, and N.C. Cooperative Extension agents from 54 counties across the state. Since 1947, Duke Energy and Dominion North Carolina Power have sponsored the annual congress event to emphasize energy conservation and safe electricity use. The 4-H electric energy program is one of the most popular activities among Tar Heel 4-Hers.

The 4-H program is the youth education program of North Carolina Cooperative Extension, based at North Carolina State and North Carolina A&T State universities. More than 232,000 young people between the ages of 5 and 18 participate in North Carolina 4-H activities each year with the help of 20,563 adult and youth volunteers.

For more information regarding the 4-H Electric Program, please contact the Chatham County 4-H office at 919-542-8202 or via email at extension.programs@chathamnc.org.

4-Hers at work soldering soil monitoring testers.

4-Hers at work soldering soil monitoring testers.

4-H representatives in the Duke Energy Progress territory receive their electric awards for projects, portfolios, and recruiting efforts throughout the year.

4-H representatives in the Duke Energy Progress territory receive their electric awards for projects, portfolios, and recruiting efforts throughout the year.

Noble LaRocco Masi, pictured at center, receives a recruiting award from Duke Energy during the 68th annual 4-H Electric Congress. Also pictured: Mr. Wayne Huddleston, Account Manager with Duke Energy; Ginger Cunningham, 4-H Extension Agent in Chatham County.

Noble LaRocco Masi, pictured at center, receives a recruiting award from Duke Energy during the 68th annual 4-H Electric Congress. Also pictured: Mr. Wayne Huddleston, Account Manager with Duke Energy; Ginger Cunningham, 4-H Extension Agent in Chatham County.