UNION COUNTY — Union County Freeholders Sergio Granados (far l.) and Vernell Wright (far r.) joined the Union County 4-H STEM (Science, Technology, Enginering, and Math) Club last Friday for a special celebration in honor of the club’s five-year anniversary. 4-H is a national youth program that fosters learning, leadership and community service, organized in New Jersey through the Rutgers NJ Agricultural Experiment Station and the Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Union County with support from the Freeholder Board. Pictured here are club members (rear, l.-r.) James Brodowski (Cranford), Asa Coleman (Westfield), Cassie Hansen (Rahway), co-leader Melissa Stryker (Scotch Plains), Dylan Kiell (Fanwood), Sandeep Mukherjee (Scotch Plains), and (front, l.-r.) Joseph Marta (Scotch Plains), Eric Elizes (Westfield), Nathan Lam (Westfield), Brian Noonan (Fanwood), and co-leader TJ Marta (Scotch Plains). Not shown is club member Marcelina Krowinska. For more information about Union County 4-H, contact 4-H Agent James Nichnadowicz at 908-654-9854 or Nichnadowicz@njaes.rutgers.edu, or visit ucnj.org/rce. Photo credit: Taylor Sirchio (Scotch Plains).
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