HENRY COUNTY SELECTS A NEW 4-H AGENT, SET TO BEGIN MONDAY


Coming this Monday, November 8th, Henry County will have a new 4-H agent, leading their youth programs in OSU Extension. Morgan Parcher, a Napoleon High School graduate, and a former Henry County 4-h-er will take over the position vacated with the recent retirement of Laura Rohlf. Parcher went through the state and local interview process, says OSU Extension area leader Bruce Clevenger; and was selected after interviewing with local stake-holders in the Henry County Four-H program. Morgan Parcher graduated from the University of Findlay, and also has an industry background. Beginning Monday, the new 4-H agent in Henry County will be Morgan Parcher.


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