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The fate of a local 4-H position hangs in the balance as Lancaster County Council considers whether to continue its funding.
That funding – $35,000 – provides a 4-H agent through the Clemson University Extension Service. It has been funded for decades, though council members discussed the feasibility of renewing the contract at its April 2 meeting.
Brian Beer, Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service agent for Lancaster County, asked council to renew the county’s annual agreement for the next fiscal year, starting July 1.
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