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4-H names 2015 class of state ambassadors, diplomats

The 2015 4-H ambassadors and diplomats for New Mexico were inducted into office during the 4-H Senior Leadership Retreat in Albuquerque in January.


Four girls standing in front of doors
The 2015 4-H diplomats are, from left, Carli Allbright, of Las Cruces; Tanah Lowe, of Silver City; Lilly McCarty, of Belen; and Madison Sutliff, of Gallup. They were inducted into office during the 4-H Senior Leadership Retreat in Albuquerque in January. (NMSU photo)
Three girls and a boy standing in front of doors
: The 2015 4-H ambassadors are, from left, Elisa Davidson, of Las Cruces; Nicky Litherland, of Las Vegas; Bobbie Woodall, of Las Cruces; and Kara Burton, of Springer. They were inducted into office during the 4-H Senior Leadership Retreat in Albuquerque in January. (NMSU photo)

The ambassador team is Nicky Litherland, of Las Vegas; Bobbie Woodall and Elisa Davidson, both of Las Cruces; and Kara Burton, of Springer.

Members of the diplomat team are Carli Allbright, of Las Cruces; Madison Sutliff, of Gallup; Lilly McCarty, of Belen; and Tanah Lowe, of Silver City.

The senior 4-H members will share the ambassador and diplomat responsibilities, which include assisting with livestock shows at the New Mexico State Fair, planning and conducting the 2015 senior leadership retreat and assisting with the State 4-H Conference.

They will also attend an Arizona team leadership camp, ?Journey: Opportunities for Leaders of Tomorrow,? and assist the New Mexico 4-H Youth Foundation in contacting donors and with public relations.

The two four-person teams were selected from applicants judged on their presentation on recruiting sponsors and how they performed during a group project.