A ceremony will be held Friday, Dec. 20 from 3 to 4 p.m. at the Comer Traveler’s Museum to recognize Anne Threlkeld, who is retiring as a secretary/administrative assist for the Madison County Cooperative Extension Service for nearly 22 years. The public is invited to attend.

Threlkeld has worked with seven Family and Consumer Science, 4-H and Agriculture agents and four Program Assistants and many interns.

"Anne has such a great sense of humor," said Brad Averill, the Madison Count Family and Consumer Science agent. “Working side by side with her, I don't think you could ask for a better secretary. She is supportive of you professionally and personally."

“She is always smiling, always ready to help find the answers needed for farmers, 4-H’ers and home owners,” said Deborah Wofford, Madison County 4-H Program Assistant.


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