RAYVILLE – Ashley Stewart of Rayville will represent Missouri at the National 4-H Congress in Atlanta.

She is one of 21 delegates who were selected during the State 4-H Congress May 29-31. They will be in Atlanta Nov. 29 through Dec. 3.

Delegates are selected through recommendations and an interview, Missouri Extension field specialist for the 4-H development program Emily Berksieker stated in a press release.

“We are delighted to reward these hard-working 4-H members with an unforgettable experience,” Teresa Bishop, project coordinator, 4-H Center for Youth Development, said.

4-H members from across the country meet at the national event to learn about community involvement, culture, diversity, and service to others while meeting new friends and experiencing Atlanta.

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