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WVU Extension Service’s Jamie Mullins returns to Gilmer County as a youth development agent

West Virginia University Extension Service announced the appointment of Jamie Mullins as the 4-H youth development agent for Calhoun and Gilmer counties, effective January 1, 2018. 

Mullins, who joined WVU Extension Service in 2011, currently serves as the 4-H and youth development agent and county program coordinator for Calhoun County. Mullins will continue that role while expanding her duties in Gilmer County – a place she calls “home.” She will oversee youth development programs in both counties, including 4-H, Energy Express and other youth outreach initiatives. Mullins’ home office will remain in Calhoun County.