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Shelby County 4-H Student Awarded District Level Gold Star

Megan has been an active member of 4-H for the past 8 years, and she is a sophomore at Center High School.  She has participated in many projects during her 4-H years such as the Livestock Project, Photography, Livestock Judging and Food and Fashion.  Her favorite project would be showing livestock.  Megan has shown chickens in the Poultry Festival since she was 8yrs old.  She has also shown heifers, swine and steers at our county show as well as the major shows in Houston, San Antonio and Fort Worth.  Megan was extremely fortunate to get picked to attend the Texas A&M Livestock Ambassador Short Course in College Station this summer.  After passing a lengthy test, submitting an essay and video, she is now officially a Livestock Ambassador.  She will spend the next four years advocating and promoting agriculture wherever she can.  After high school, Megan plans to attend college and major in an agriculture field.  Megan is the daughter of Lane and Katie Dunn of Center.

Miss Megan Dunn of Center and a Shelby County 4-H member was awarded the District 5 Gold Star at a banquet on October 13, 2015 at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches.  The Gold Star award is the highest award given by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service to a youth and is based on the 4-H member’s project, leadership and citizenship/community service participation on the county level.  

 

 

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