Katie Goodman, a member of the South Anna 4-H Club in Hanover County, Va., is gaining recognition for her work to feed the hungry.
“She just amazes me. She’s just this ordinary little girl who does extraordinary things,” said Rita Schalk, 4-H youth agent in Hanover County.
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Read about some of the ways that Virginia Cooperative Extension and Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station are making a difference in the lives of Virginians. Agency 229 – 2012 Annual Report