John Noyes, a rising freshman at the Community School of Davidson, will compete in the 4-H State Congress at N.C. State University July 20 with his Careers and Entrepreneurship presentation on the “Change in How Video Games Make Money.”
The Davidson resident competed in the South Central District competition June 14 in Lincoln County against 17- and 18-year-olds to earn the chance to compete in Raleigh. Last year Noyes won the state gold medal for his Citizenship and Community Service presentation in the 12-13-year-old category on the “Impact of War with North Korea.”
4-H is a youth development program from N.C. Cooperative Extension that works with N.C. A&T University and N.C. State University.