By KayLynn Roberts-McMurray

jasmine-4-h-new-employeeThe Cooperative Extension welcomes Jasmine Shoning as their new 4-H community-based instructor.

Shoning recently graduated with her Bachelors in Natural Resources from Great Basin College but says that she was always very active in 4-H programs and FFA while growing up in the Reno area.

Shoning’s first task is to help create uniformity by re-organizing the White Pine County  4-H program. She is currently recruiting volunteers to assist with various 4-H programs such as quilting, leather working. woodworking, cake decorating, horsemanship, shooting, shooting sports, sports, fashion revue, dog show, market and breeding livestock.

For additional information about what it takes to volunteer, contact Shoning at 775-293-6597 or visit their website at: