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does. She plans to return as a counselor and will be a counselor-in-training next year.
I knew there were a number of
camps that use Camp Twin Lakes,
and it was interesting to see the list.
Great things are happening there.
-Letty Mallard, Girard (Planters
and gain skills. Youths
47 project areas in which to explore
Georgia 4-H offers high school students
state levels. Senior
presentations at the county, district and
complete written portfolios and give
district winners compete at the annual State 4-H Congress in Atlanta each
July. This year's Photography Project
winners were Christopher Morgan
(First Place), of Warner Robins; Lili
Hester (Second Place), of Lyons; and
Mekenzie Parker (Third Place), of
Lyerly. Photos by these finalists and
others appear on this page and on our
Stay * Play * Eat * Repeat
bonus Snapshot page online.
BY JIM JESS
Thank you so much for assisting
with the generous gift from GEORGIA
Magazine to supGeorgia 4-H Photography Project winners
port the photography project. This
support means so
much and allows
youths around our
state to compete
in something they
are truly passionate about. Thank
you so much for
the continued support of Georgia
-Jordan DeRosa, development
coordinator, Georgia 4-H
Editor's note: Winning photos
from this year's 4-H Photo Contest
will appear in our October Snapshot
Supporting 4-H youths
4. Lili Hester took this photo at the Rock Eagle
4-H Center in Eatonton. She is a member
of EdToombs County 4-H Club and the daughter
die and Carol Hester, of Lyons (Altamaha
5. Mekenzie Parker snapped this photo of a
1. Mekenzie Parker captured this shot last
schedfall during one of the train's regularly
uled stops at a depot near her home.
is a member of the Chattooga County
Club and the daughter of Derek and Amanda
Parker, of Lyerly (North Georgia EMC).
2. Caleb Reese, of Jackson, Miss., has
just proposed to Anna Jobe, of Boone,
who said, "Yes." Christopher Morgan,
cousin, snapped the photo moments
Reese popped the question on the Hawksbill
Mountain Trail near Newland, N.C. Christo42
pher is a member of the Houston County
Club and is the son of Ken and Amy Morgan,
of Warner Robins (Flint Energies).
3. Christopher Morgan took this photo of
a white impatiens last year at the Clyde
York 4-H Center in Crossville, Tenn.
See our bonus page
of Snapshot on page
web exclusive 42A of
2016 digital edition, online at
young male lion at Zoo Atlanta last year.
6. Halima Monds captured the facial expres-
sion of her younger brother, Malik, on
she got her new camera. She is a member
Grady County 4-H Club and the daughter
and Kathaleena Monds, of Cairo (Grady
Future Snapshot photo themes:
due by Oct. 24
February 2017-"Father-daughter dance,"
March 2017-"Farm animals," due by
April 2017-"Spring flowers," due by
Please see submission information for
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