Monday, June 20, 2016

Seniors of 4-H

Meet Kyle Sacre



Kyle Sacre, is an Orange County native that has been involved in 4-H since he was a Cloverbud. Sacre has participated in many different activities within 4-H, with large involvement in various community service activities and the county fair, where he shows hogs. Sacre describes 4-H as a "learning experience. That teaches you how to set goals and achieve them. You get to meet new people, and you learn responsibility." He regards learning responsibility as one of his biggest accomplishments through 4-H. Showing hogs at the county fair not only taught him how to be responsible, but provided him opportunities to improve his communication skills.  "Going out and talking to different buyers at the fair really helped me learn how to talk to different people," Sacre said. After being in the 4-H community all his life, Sacre is confident he has learned how to be an active member of any community. 4-H is important to him because it gave him a chance to learn about animals and help others. While Sacre is not exactly positive what he wants to do in the far future, he will be attending Piedmont Community College in the fall.


Congratulations Kyle and we wish you the best of luck in your future!