KENANSVILLE — Brenda Reddick and Wanda Hargrove were recognized recently for service to N.C. Cooperative Extension-Duplin County Center.
Both were honored at the Cooperative Extension’s district conference held in Kenansville earlier this year. Reddick, a parenting educator, has worked for Extension and Duplin County since 1996 and reached her service milestone in 2011. Hargrove, a secretary, received recognition for 5 years of service with Duplin Cooperative Extension and she also marked that milestone in 2011.
“Each of the staff at Duplin Cooperative Extension is dedicated to our clients and exemplifies the mission of our organization and we are proud to recognize Brenda and Wanda for their continuous years of service and contributions to agriculture and our youth and families,” said Wanda Clay, Director of Duplin County Center-NCCE.
North Carolina Cooperative Extension partners with communities to deliver education and technology that enrich the lives, land and economy of North Carolinians. Extension serves citizens of the state’s 100 counties and the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Nation, providing education and technical assistance based on research from North Carolina’s land-grant universities, N.C. State and N.C. A&T State. Extension specializes in agriculture, youth, families, communities, health and the environment by responding to local needs.