Teen teamwork helps the ARC

The DeKalb County 4-H Teen Club pitched in to lend a helping hand Monday in an effort to clean up the old DeKalb Farmer's Co-op building on south Grand Avenue. The Co-op recently vacated the building in order to move the new facilities on 20th street north, and the DeKalb County ARC will be moving into the Grand Avenue site next month. Lea Smith, of Mentone, is shown at left lading some of the debris into a truck, and right are Lisa Wilson, of Rainsville, Freda Lucy and Angela Akins, both of Fort Payne. The teen Club is made up of 4-H'ers from throughout the county.

This excerpt was taken form the Wednesday, August 3, 1983 edition of the Fort Payne Times-Journal.

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