10-Year 4-H Pin and Awards Presented to Kammi Swasey


By Julie Johansen

USU Extension agent Christine Jensen introduced Kammi Swasey to the Emery County Commissioners at their regularly-scheduled December meeting on Tuesday afternoon. Following the introduction, Jensen presented Swasey with her 10-year 4-H pin and awards.

Swasey has been involved in various projects such as livestock, sewing, baking, gardening, record keeping and leadership throughout the past 10 years. She has lived and worked on the family farm in Ferron, which has helped her get where she is today. Currently, Swasey is attending USU Eastern and is part of the university’s nursing program. At only 18 years old, she has already secured her CNA certificate.

Jensen reported that very few youth are involved with 4-H long enough to receive this award.

Agent Jensen also announced that the new agricultural extension agent for Emery County will be Rowe Zwahlen. Zwahlen was not in attendance at the meeting but will start his work in Emery County at the beginning of the new year.

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