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Mini Citizen’s Academy
Nash County provided a “mini Citizen’s Academy” for around 25 youth on Tuesday, June 26. The youth were attending a weeklong Leadership Camp offered by the City of Rocky Mount but taught by Nash and Edgecombe County 4-H. As part of the mini citizen’s academy, youth learned about county government and visited several Nash County departments, including finance, human resources and public utilities. Youth also toured the jail and met with Nash County commissioners. Pictured above, Marquis Crudup (at left) and Eric Moore (at right) watch as Keith Gordon (center), with Nashville Public Utilities Department, shows them how to release water from a fire hydrant as Nash County Public Utilities Director Derek Hawkes (far left) looks on. (Graphic photo by Amanda Clark)

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