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4-H Member Selected for Cumberland County Patriotic Award

From left: Sarah Tarpine, Vice Regent of Greenwich Tea Burning Chapter NJ DAR presents Ashley Presgraves with the Outstanding 4-H Patriot Award.

Members in the Cumberland County 4-H Youth Development Program are annually selected and receive awards for their project work, community service, leadership and achievements. Ashley Presgraves, a participant in the Trailblazers 4-H Horse Club, who has given time for community service, distributing food to homeless, working in food kitchens, visiting nursing homes, a veterinary clinic and making blankets for hospitalized persons, was presented with the Outstanding 4-H Patriot Award initialed by the Greenwich Tea Burning Chapter, one of the 45 New Jersey chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Founded in 1890, the DAR is a non-profit, non-political, volunteer women’s service organization with a rich history. The Society, which has an approximate membership of 170,000 women, remains vital and relevant with a mission of historic preservation, education and patriotism.

The most recent recipient of the Patriot Award, Ashley Presgraves, is a student at Immaculate University planning to pursue a nursing career. The members of Greenwich Tea Burning Chapter NJ DAR are pleased to recognize her achievements with this DAR Certificate of Award.

For more information about 4-H Programs call Donna Griebau, Program Assistant, 856- 451-2800, ext. 3. For information regarding Daughters of the American Revolution activities or scholarships and Greenwich Tea Burning Chapter, contact