Kanas honored at picnic

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B.J. Webersinn, retired county 4-H agent and Rutgers professor emeritus, presents a plaque to Guy Kanas, middle, at the annual 4-H Family Picnic Sept. 30. He’s holding Jolene Hayes, daughter of club leaders Colleen and Brian Hayes. B.J. Webersinn, retired county 4-H agent and Rutgers professor emeritus, presents a plaque to Guy Kanas, middle, at the annual 4-H Family Picnic Sept. 30. He’s holding Jolene Hayes, daughter of club leaders Colleen and Brian Hayes.

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Guy Kanas has been honored for his support of the Shore Shooters 4-H Club.

He receives a plaque at the annual 4-H Family Picnic Sept. 30 at the 4-H Fairgrounds in Cape May Court House.

Kanas is the owner of Fletchers’ Corner Indoor Archery Range and Pro Shop in Green Creek and has supported the club since its inception four years ago. He provides practice space and equipment.

The club meets at Fletchers’ Corner monthly to learn archery under the leadership of Colleen and Brian Hayes.

“Without the generous support of community and business leaders like Guy, our 4-H youth program would not be possible. We sincerely thank him for his continued efforts on behalf of the youth of Cape May County and encourage other community members to become 4-H volunteers,” said B.J. Webersinn, retired county 4-H agent and Rutgers professor emeritus.

For more information about Rutgers Cooperative Extension’s 4-H Youth Development Program, contact the 4-H office at 609-465-5115, ext. 605.

 


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