An Essex girl was among those honored when the Essex Agricultural, Society working with the Topsfield Fair, hosted the annual 4-H recognition dinner.
This year’s winners included Essex Aggie student Veronica Attridge of Essex, who won honors for working with her prized rabbit. All of the students who earned awards for their 4-H Essex County projects were presented a gift for their hard work and effort.
For more information regarding what 4-H is and how you can become a member or leader, please visit www.4-h.org.
The Essex Agricultural Society is dedicated to promoting education. The society has been helping farmers since 1818 and strives to educate the community about the importance of farming and agriculture.
The Lufkin Family, in conjunction with Periwinkle’s Restaurant is hosting an event to benefit the Sarah Lufkin Scholarship Fund, Thursday, Feb. 28 at Periwinkle’s.
The evening will include food, a silent auction, raffle and live music with Joe Militello. Tickets are $25 per person and will be available at the door the night of the event, which goes from 6 to 10 p.m.
The scholarship is named in honor of Sarah Lufkin, who passed away from complications of leukemia in April of 1997. Friends of the family set up a scholarship fund to help students who are studying in a field that will have a direct effect on children. Sarah was studying Early Childhood Education at Salem State Community College when she was diagnosed.
The scholarship fund is always looking for donations of food from restaurants or catering companies and donations of items for the silent auction and raffle.
If you would like to donate, please call Sue Lufkin at 978-768-7122, Laurie Lufkin at 978-985-6532 or Kim Lufkin Williams at 978-853-0845.
The Board of Selectmen are accepting nominations for the town’s annual Outstanding Municipal Employee of the Year and Outstanding Municipal Volunteer of the Year awards.