Joshua Morrison/News Ground was officially broke Wednesday afternoon on the Ramser 4-H Activity Center, 700 Perimeter Drive, Mount Vernon. The new building will be built at the rear of the Knox County Fairgrounds and will have a large space for meetings and classrooms on a lower level. Excavating work starts soon with project coordinators hoping to have it completed by mid-autumn of 2019. Celebrity advisors helped 4-H members break ground. From left, Jennifer Odenweller, Alexa Jones, Lisa Lloyd, Trey Levering, Jim Blanchard, Addison Smith, Andrea Smith, Jim Hughes, Natalie Caudill, Kyle Walls, Kristen Caudill, Mark Ramser and Brooklyn White.
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Ground was officially broke Wednesday afternoon on the Ramser 4-H Activity Center, 700 Perimeter Drive, Mount Vernon. The new building will be built at the rear of the Knox County Fairgrounds and will have a large space for meetings and classrooms on a lower level. Excavating work starts soon with project coordinators hoping to have it completed by mid-autumn of 2019. Celebrity advisors helped 4-H members break ground. From left, Jennifer Odenweller, Alexa Jones, Lisa Lloyd, Trey Levering, Jim Blanchard, Addison Smith, Andrea Smith, Jim Hughes, Natalie Caudill, Kyle Walls, Kristen Caudill, Mark Ramser and Brooklyn White. Request this photo

 

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