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February 20, 2013

Local 4-H members win awards

TOPSFIELD — The Essex Agricultural Society/Topsfield Fair hosted the annual 4-H Recognition dinner, where children involved in Essex County’s 4-H clubs who won an award for their 4-H project were presented a gift for their hard work and effort. This years’ winners included:

Elizabeth Garozzo of Georgetown

Jacqueline Lonigro of Georgetown

Jacques Lussier of Groveland

James Lussier of Groveland

Angela Patriakeas of Groveland

Maria Splaine of Merrimac

For more information regarding what 4-H is and how you can become a member or leader, visit www.4-h.org.

The Essex Agricultural Society is dedicated to promoting education. The society has been helping farmers since 1818 and strives to educate the community about the importance of farming and agriculture.

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