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The Market Goat 4-H program is open to all Morgan County youth

The Market Goat 4-H program is open to all Morgan County youth, ages 9-18. Participants must register with 4-H and purchase at least one market wether goat (castrated male) at $400/animal, payable to “Alabama 4-H Foundation” by May 25 (Financing may be available through the Farm Service Agency Youth Loan program.) The wether goats will be sourced and dispersed to 4-H youth in mid-June by the Morgan County Extension Office. Participants will be required to attend a mandatory meeting, prior to pick-up of goats where they will be given guidance on facility setup, etc. The Morgan County Extension Office will host an exhibition show in mid-October as well as provide assistance with selling the goats at the end of the project. The goats will be eligible to compete in other shows throughout the state at the exhibitors discretion. For registration information, contact the Morgan County 4-H Office at 256-773-2549, or email at  morgancountyextension@aces.edu.  

Danville drummer joins national drum, bugle corps 

Danville High School drummer Gabe Scott has joined the Music City Drum and Bugle Corps for flagline for their 2022 season. Scott is a Danville High School baritone player and colorguard captain. The process to secure a spot on the corps is a rigorious process that spans months.  

Falkville VFW Recognizes Falkville Students  

Congratulations to the Falkville High School students who were recognized by the Falkville VFW Post 10774: Jayla Hayes, Brea Bryan and Abbie Lopez, Sean Butler, Brodie Butler, Peyton Rowland. The students were awarded scholarships and recognized for volunteer service.   

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