4-H

La. team places second in 4-H seafood cook-off

The Ascension Parish team of Eden Schexnayder, Jared Barrilleaux, Kassie deVeer and Hannah Barrilleaux captured second place in the Great American Seafood Cook-Off, 4-H Edition on Aug. 9 in New Orleans.
--Rick Bogren Photo

NEW ORLEANS — A team of young chefs from Ascension Parish earned second place in the Great American Seafood Cook-Off, 4-H Edition, on Aug. 9.

“Operation Cook” Project Club learns healthy habits

One of the many activities for 4-Hers includes the “Operation Cook” Project Club. Members of the club are fourth- through sixth-graders. Front row from left are Kayleigh Charpentier, Kennedy Hill, Nickolas Bergeron and Maci Jackson. Back row from left are teen volunteer McKaila Darden, Destiney Sutton, Emma Picard, Alexa Picard and teen volunteers Kaeley Hill and Rhea Patureau. Not pictured are members Abbagale Harvey, Shila Hebert, Jada Tarleton, Rylie Chaisson, Avree Guillory, Cindy Pinkerton and Chloe Martin.
--Submitted photo

Every month a group of 4-H’ers in fourth through sixth grade get together to learn about healthy lifestyles while incorporating basic culinary skills and being motivated into trying new foods.

St. Mary 4-Hers attend summer camp

Campers at the 4-H summer camp included a large contingent from St. Mary Parish. They were under the leadership of St. Mary Parish 4-H Agents Jenni Ducote and Adriana Drusini.
--Submitted Photo

On June 1, more than 80 St. Mary Parish 4-H members (fourth-, fifth- and sixth-graders) from clubs throughout the parish got on the buses and left for an adventure at 4-H summer camp.

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