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Las Cruces youth named 4-H State Ambassador

New Mexico

Charles Woodall of Las Cruces was inducted as a 4-H State Ambassador during the annual 4-H Senior Leadership Retreat Jan. 17, in Albuquerque.

The son of Melissa and Christopher Woodall, he is a home schooled high school junior. He has been a 4-H member for seven years and has participated in most of the state 4-H events, including the senior leadership retreat, state conference and youth getaway. His major project areas are raising goats and shooting sports. Outside of 4-H he is a lector at his church.

He joins Anne Meyer-Miner of Placitas, Jalayna Roberts of Portales and Laynee Kuenstler of Caballo as the 2009 state ambassadors.

"I wanted to become an ambassador to have the leadership experience and to bring 4-H to all New Mexico youth," Woodall said.

The senior 4-H members will share the ambassador responsibilities, which include assisting with the parade and tours at the New Mexico State Fair, planning and conducting Senior Leadership Retreat in conjunction with the 4-H State Diplomats and assisting with the State 4-H Conference and providing training and support to county ambassadors. They will also represent New Mexico at the National 4-H Conference in Washington, D.C., and assist the New Mexico 4-H Youth Foundation in donor contacts and public relations.

Charles Woodall of Las Cruces was inducted as a 4-H State Ambassador during the annual 4-H Senior Leadership Retreat Jan. 17, in Albuquerque. (NMSU Photo by Jane Moorman.)



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