Linnea French represents Minnesota at National 4-H Congress event in Atlanta

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Crookston Times

2021 Crookston High School grad and current Concordia College student Linnea French was recently selected to represent Minnesota at the National 4-H Congress in Atlanta. French is a Polk County 4-H member and part of the North Star 4-H club. She joined more then 800 delegates throughout the US to participate in the 100th National 4-H Congress which is a mix of educational, service, recreational opportunities.

During her time there Linnea participated in workshops designed to develop leadership skills, toured the city, and experienced a service learning project.

"Polk County 4-H is excited to have Linnea as one of the Minnesota delegates. Congratulations!" said Polk County 4-H in a Facebook post.

Linnea French is pictured third from left at the National 4-H Congress banquet
Linnea French is pictured with Manny Ohonme of Barefoot Legacies. Manny was a motivational speaker about service to others and told Linnea he received his Master's degree from Concordia College where she currently attends. "She was happy to meet a famous Cobber," Linnea's mom, Rae, told the Times.
Linnea participates in taste-testing Coca Cola products