Meridian Star


December 13, 2013

Giles speaks to group

MERIDIAN —     Michael Giles, author, columnist, photographer and outdoorsman was the speaker at the December meeting of the Lauderdale County 4-H Shooting Sports Club. He shared some of his experiences with the 4-H'ers and parents. He also signed copies of his book, “Passion of the Wild.”

    Club members received raffle tickets for a hunting trip to Three Oaks Adventures that they are to sell. Plans were made for decorating their float for the Christmas parade and for decorating the 4-H Christmas tree in the lobby of the Courthouse Annex.

    For information about becoming a member of the 4-H Shooting Sports Club, contact the County Extension Office at (601) 482-9764

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