Bell County breaks county record for attendance at 4-H Camp

Published 8:10 pm Friday, June 21, 2019

Bell County 4-H Camp 2019 is in the books. All of the kids had a wonderful time, met lots of new friends and learned many new skills to last them a lifetime.

Bell County had 55 campers and 11 volunteers attend J.M. Feltner 4-H Camp the week of June 11 – 14 in London breaking the county record of taking the most kids to camp.

Many thanks to the Bell County Fiscal Court, Bell County Judge Executive Albey Brock, Bell County Road Department, Wade Hoskins, Lynn Miracle, Bell County School Superintendent Yvonne Gilliam, the Bell County Bus Garage, David Gibbons, Bell County Farm Bureau, Bell County Fair Board, Pineville Lions Club, Middlesboro Elks Lodge, Bisceglia Realty Company, the Mountain View Homemakers, First Baptist Church, Pastor Ron Howard, Frakes School Center Family Resource Director Linda Partin, and Darcye Hensley and Lisa Roark, Bell-Whitley CAA.

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