Clinton County 4-H Achievement Program


Clinton County 4-H members and their families celebrated their accomplishments from the 2018-2019 year at the annual Achievement Night on November 8 at St. Rose Development Club. 4-H families were invited to a potluck dinner to kick off the evening. 4-H Federation members served as the commentators for the program and helped hand out the awards. The federation members are a group of 4-H members enrolled in junior high and high school who assist with the activities and promotions of the Clinton County 4-H program.

Among the honors were local 4-H members. Clinton County 4-H has more than 30 club leaders serving as traditional club leaders and special interest club leaders. Special recognition was given to those reaching milestones in their volunteer service:
Kathy Pingsterhaus, 25 years
Jeana Brandmeyer, 10 years
Amanda Raynor, 10 years
Anne Strate, 5 years

In addition, 4-H Buttercups leader Denise Sinclair was recognized for being inducted into the 4-H Hall of Fame over the summer.

The awards follow…

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