Two Chattooga County teens will be recognized at the State 4-H Leadership Conference February 6th at the state capitol.

Mathew Pace, a senior at Chattooga, and Quinten Brasher, a junior at Trion will be among a group of about 20 teens singled out for their leadership skills. According to Rebecca Thomas, director of the local UGA Cooperative Extension, Pace is a state 4-H officer, a national 4-H congress delegate. Brasher is the Northwest Georgia 4-H president.

As part of the annual event, the teens will visit the historic freight depot and also visit the state house and senate chambers as well as the governor’s office. 

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