Six Carroll County representatives from Heifer Project International attended a White House reception May 5 as part of a three-day InterAction Forum in Alexandria, Va.
InterAction is a nonprofit association of 155 nongovernment and relief and development organizations.
Heifer Project, based at Brethren Service Center in New Windsor, helps families become self-sufficient for food and income.
Attending from the service center were: Mark Lancaster, chairman of the board for Heifer Project International; and John Dieterly, regional director. Both live in Westminster.