ATLANTA (February 5, 2018) | Sen. Lee Anderson (R – Grovetown) honored Shirley Williamson in the Senate on February 1, 2018, with Senate Resolution 634 for her lifetime of service to Columbia County.
“It was such an honor to have Shirley here with us in the Senate Chamber,” said Sen. Anderson. “In her 27 years of service to Columbia County and to the 4-H Clubs of Georgia, she has accomplished so much and influenced the lives of thousands of youths for the better.”
The 4-H Club of Georgia’s presence in Columbia County is one of the largest in the state and each year, Williamson works with over 3,000 youths as coordinator of the Columbia County 4-H Youth Development Program. In her tenure, she has held several leadership positions within the Georgia Association of Extension 4-H Agents including State President, President Elect and Vice President. In addition, she is a four-time District Booth Award Winner, an active member of the Georgia Association of Extension Family and Consumer Sciences, a University of Georgia off-campus faculty member and has raised more than $450,000 in Columbia County for student supplies and scholarships.
For Immediate Release:
February 5, 2018
Andrew Allison, Broadcast Specialist