Abatti leaves 4-H role to accept teaching position at Southwest

Shanna Abatti is shown here in a photo taken for the February-March 2019 issue of Valley Women magazine. Today is her last day as program representative for Imperial County 4-H. PHOTO VINCENT OSUNA

EL CENTRO — The woman who has helped lead Imperial County’s 4-H program into a period of explosive growth is moving on to a new challenge, but not one that’s very far away or far removed.

Shanna Abatti announced Wednesday she is leaving her position with UC Agriculture and Natural Resources as 4-H program representative to become an agricultural instructor and FFA advisor this year at Southwest High School. Her last day of work is today.

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