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Grenville youth named 4-H State Diplomat

New Mexico

Shane Bramblett of Grenville was inducted as a 4-H State Diplomat during the annual 4-H Senior Leadership Retreat Jan. 17, in Albuquerque.

The son of Phillip and Kati Bramblett, he is a junior at Des Moines High School. He has been a 4-H member for nine years and has participated in a variety of projects including archery, braiding, rocketry, woodwork, leather craft and photography. He has attended novice camp, teen getaway and senior leadership retreat. Outside of 4-H he participates in basketball and track, is active in his church and works on the family ranch.

He joins Wil Hodnett of Portales, Ellen Bardwell of Edgewood and Hannah Kate Bradshaw of Hillsboro as the 2009 state diplomats.

"I want a chance to help people out through 4-H, and it sounded like a great opportunity," Bramblett said of why he wanted to be on the diplomat team.

The senior 4-H members will share the diplomat responsibilities, which include assisting with the parade and tours at the New Mexico State Fair, planning and conducting the Senior Leadership Retreat in conjunction with the 4-H State Ambassadors, and assisting with the 4-H State Conference. They will also attend a 4-H youth camp in Arizona.

Shane Bramblett of Grenville was inducted as a 4-H State Diplomat during the annual 4-H Senior Leadership Retreat Jan. 17, in Albuquerque. (NMSU Photo by Jane Moorman.)



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