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Crume is interim Hubbard County 4-H coordinator

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Lily Crume

The hiring process for a new Hubbard County 4-H program coordinator will not begin until February.

In the meantime, Lily Crume is serving in the interim position until sometime in May.

“As a former 4-Her in Clay County, I was awarded many wonderful learning and leadership opportunities, such as showing livestock, serving on committees and attending regional and state leadership trainings,” Crume said. “Upon graduating the 4-H program, I continued my involvement by volunteering with the 4-H afterschool STEM program and later serving as an intern in Clay County for two summers. This spring, I received my bachelor’s degree in secondary education from North Dakota State University and decided to continue working with 4-H by serving as the interim program coordinator here in Hubbard County. I have enjoyed my time working with the Hubbard 4-H program and have been welcomed by many great youth, volunteers and parents.”

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