New agent introduced


Sampson County Cooperative Extension director Eileen Coite, left, introduces new agent Elizabeth Rowe to the Sampson Board of Commissioners earlier this week. Rowe previously worked in Wayne County, where she served in various project areas and 4-H capacities, Coite noted. ‘I’m excited,’ Rowe said. ‘It’s an honor to be in Sampson County. I hope to make the best better.’


Sampson County Cooperative Extension director Eileen Coite, left, introduces new agent Elizabeth Rowe to the Sampson Board of Commissioners earlier this week. Rowe previously worked in Wayne County, where she served in various project areas and 4-H capacities, Coite noted. ‘I’m excited,’ Rowe said. ‘It’s an honor to be in Sampson County. I hope to make the best better.’

Sampson County Cooperative Extension director Eileen Coite, left, introduces new agent Elizabeth Rowe to the Sampson Board of Commissioners earlier this week. Rowe previously worked in Wayne County, where she served in various project areas and 4-H capacities, Coite noted. ‘I’m excited,’ Rowe said. ‘It’s an honor to be in Sampson County. I hope to make the best better.’
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_new-agent.jpgSampson County Cooperative Extension director Eileen Coite, left, introduces new agent Elizabeth Rowe to the Sampson Board of Commissioners earlier this week. Rowe previously worked in Wayne County, where she served in various project areas and 4-H capacities, Coite noted. ‘I’m excited,’ Rowe said. ‘It’s an honor to be in Sampson County. I hope to make the best better.’

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