Ohio youth helps clean lakeshore

Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Lannin Pryor, a 9-year-old from Ohio, spent a portion of his summer vacation cleaning up the Table Rock Lake shoreline in Shell Knob. "Lannin was working on his 4-H fishing project in leadership and citizenship," said his mother Emily. Pryor's grandparents own a vacation home in Shell Knob where Lannin and his younger brother, Ean, enjoy the lake. Sheila House, director of the Shell Knob Chamber of Commerce, wrote a letter to verify his involvement in the project. Pryor also produced photographic evidence of his efforts and a small bag of trash at the Chamber office. Pictured above, House presented Pryor with the verification letter and thanked him on behalf of the Shell Knob community.

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