Trinity County 4-H Scholarship awarded
Special to the News-Standard
CENTERVILLE — The 4-H Clubs of Trinity County have awarded Miss Clarissa Ashworth of Centerville 4-H a scholarship in the amount of $500.
This scholarship is funded by Centerville 4-H, East County 4-H, Groveton 4-H, Trinity 4-H and the 4-H Adult Leaders. The scholarship is awarded to a member who is an active member of 4-H and has been involved in a wide variety of 4-H programs and projects. Involvement in school related extra extracurricular activities and community services activities are also considered.
Clarissa has participated in the 4-H Food Show, Photography, Photography Judging, Wildlife Habitat Education Program, Hay Judging, and Forestry. She has shown livestock projects — goats, rabbits, and heifers — as a 4-H member. She helped organize and carry out several community service projects. She also received the 4-H Gold Star Award.
She has been active in FFA, FCLA, basketball and cheerleading. Clarissa has clear goals and is working toward them. She has completed basic courses through Angelina College and plans to enter Texas A&M this fall in the Vet-Med program.
She has represented both Centerville 4-H and Trinity County 4-H in an outstanding way. The 4-H Clubs and Adult Leaders wish all the Senior 4-H members success as they graduate and continue on their journey toward accomplishing their goals.
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