Alamance 4-H Members Elected to District Office

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North Central District Teen Retreat 2024

The North Central District 4-H Teen Council hosted Teen Retreat on April 12th and 13th at Betsy-Jeff Penn 4-H Center in Reidsville, NC. Teens from all over the North Central District, which spans from Ashe County, down to Chatham County, and over to Vance County, attended this weekend of fun, learning, and service.

Teen Retreat consisted of assembling care packages for military soldiers, a dance, a bonfire with s’mores, multiple workshops on various topics, including making the most out of your 4-H experience, and the 2024-2025 District Officer Team was elected.

Alamance teens pose together with prizes.Alamance County had eight teens attend this year, four of which had never attended Teen Retreat before. Alamance was awarded the Spirit Paddle for their inclusion, excitement, and engagement throughout the weekend. Alamance is the first county to be awarded the Paddle and will have our county name engraved into it.

Noah Snyder addresses attendees, encouraging them to elect him as Vice President.

Eight teens from across the district ran for office. Alamance County had two members running. Candidates were tasked with campaigning, including making a display, engaging with their peers, and speaking in front of the crowd, advocating for themselves. Noah Snyder, 16 years old, who currently serves as the Alamance County 4-H County Council President, was elected as the 2024-2025 North Central District Vice President. Kiya Kernodle, who currently serves as the Alamance County 4-H County Council Reporter, was elected as the 2024-2025 North Central District Reporter. Both teens were elected to their positions by their peers.

Noah and Kiya will officially be inducted to their positions at NC 4-H Congress July 22nd-26th in Raleigh.

Kiya Kernodle networks with fellow teens, telling them why she would make a great Reporter.

The full list of 2024-2025 NCD 4-H Teen Council is below:

President: Amanda Davis, Durham County

Vice President: Noah Snyder, Alamance County

Secretary/Treasurer: Leah Frick, Davie County

Reporter: Kiya Kernodle, Alamance County

Membership Engagement: Gabi Mebane, Orange County