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Local 4-H’er Finds Ways to Give Back

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Swain County 4-H Cloverbuds.  She has participated in various 4-H clubs and is currently an active member of the Swain County 4-H competition clogging team. 

What we are most proud of is Scarlett’s willingness to be the first one to offer help, to volunteer for community service, and her follow-through to complete projects.

Most recently, Scarlett has shown her true selflessness and kindness during the coronavirus pandemic, as she has continued being involved with community outreach by helping the Swain County Senior Center and the Giving Spoon with their home food delivery and meal service programs.

Scarlett shared that she enjoys seeing and talking with the people on the delivery routes who receive food, but most of all she likes seeing the smiles on their faces.

We want to recognize and to say thank you to Scarlett for giving back to her community and lending her helping hands to a larger service and sharing her caring heart to a greater loyalty.