Chatham County 4-H’Er Places First in 4-H State Photo Contest

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The annual North Carolina (NC) 4-H Photo Contest allows NC 4-H members from across the state to highlight their photographic achievements.

For this year’s contest, Chatham County had several 4-H members enter the contest with one member placing first in the 4-H in Action, Senior Division. Congratulations to Samantha Andrews! Samantha submitted the photo, “Eggcellent Candling,” which she took while preparing for the NC 4-H Poultry Judging competition in 2019. We are very proud of Samantha for her achievement!

For a complete list of winners and photos, please visit the following webpage: North Carolina 4-H Photo Contest

Egg with light behind it