John W. Arceneaux | 10/27/2006 11:49:12 PM
News You Can Use For November 2003
LSU AgCenter 4-H Foundation Executive Director Johnny Arceneaux announces the installation of eight new foundation youth trustees and four adult trustees. The Louisiana 4-H Foundation inducted the new personnel at its September 9th board meeting.
The youth trustees are Scotty Carroll, Sabine Parish; Heather White, Winn Parish; Keisha Powell, Franklin Parish; Ryan Perkins, Concordia Parish; Cliff LeJeune, Acadia Parish; Ramon Bailey, St. John Parish; Kelli Ritchie, West Feliciana Parish; and Katie Pellittieu, St. Bernard Parish.
The new adult trustees are Beverly Addison, owner of DeRidder Florist, DeRidder; Steve Bates, owner White and Bates CPA Firm, Winnfield; Rebecca Acosta, marketing coordinator, Louisiana Travel Promotions Association, Baton Rouge; and Leonard Breaux, owner of Breaux and Daigle Marine, Pierre Part.
"The Louisiana 4-H Foundation was formed in 1978 as a statewide foundation that raises funds to support the Louisiana 4-H program," Arceneaux says, adding, "Contributions to the Foundation are placed in endowed accounts, and only the interest earned is spent."
Additional information about 4-H activities is available by contacting an extension agent in your parish LSU AgCenter office. Also, log on to the 4-H link at the LSU AgCenter Web site: http://www.lsuagcenter.com/.
On the Internet: LSU AgCenter: http://www.lsuagcenter.com/
Source: Johnny Arceneaux (225) 578-2196 or email@example.com
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