4-H learns county history


At the October meeting of the School Skippers 4-H Club, local historian Steve Shelton of Danbury taught a program on the history of the old iron furnace at Moratock Park. He was presented with a certificate of appreciation from President Abigail Evans. Pictured are (from L to R): Django Burgess, Shepherd Moorefield, Mason Mitchell, Steve Shelton, Charlotte Moorefield, Noah Moorefield, Zinnia Burgess, Malachi Evans and Abigail Evans. For more information on 4-H, please call the Stokes County Extension Office at (336) 593-8179.


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At the October meeting of the School Skippers 4-H Club, local historian Steve Shelton of Danbury taught a program on the history of the old iron furnace at Moratock Park. He was presented with a certificate of appreciation from President Abigail Evans. Pictured are (from L to R): Django Burgess, Shepherd Moorefield, Mason Mitchell, Steve Shelton, Charlotte Moorefield, Noah Moorefield, Zinnia Burgess, Malachi Evans and Abigail Evans. For more information on 4-H, please call the Stokes County Extension Office at (336) 593-8179.

At the October meeting of the School Skippers 4-H Club, local historian Steve Shelton of Danbury taught a program on the history of the old iron furnace at Moratock Park. He was presented with a certificate of appreciation from President Abigail Evans. Pictured are (from L to R): Django Burgess, Shepherd Moorefield, Mason Mitchell, Steve Shelton, Charlotte Moorefield, Noah Moorefield, Zinnia Burgess, Malachi Evans and Abigail Evans. For more information on 4-H, please call the Stokes County Extension Office at (336) 593-8179.
http://www.thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_Les4H.jpgAt the October meeting of the School Skippers 4-H Club, local historian Steve Shelton of Danbury taught a program on the history of the old iron furnace at Moratock Park. He was presented with a certificate of appreciation from President Abigail Evans. Pictured are (from L to R): Django Burgess, Shepherd Moorefield, Mason Mitchell, Steve Shelton, Charlotte Moorefield, Noah Moorefield, Zinnia Burgess, Malachi Evans and Abigail Evans. For more information on 4-H, please call the Stokes County Extension Office at (336) 593-8179. Courtesy photo
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