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4-H Salute to Excellence
Congratulations to our 2015 4-H Salute to Excellence Winners!
Yvonne Childs, National 4-H Outstanding Lifetime Volunteer
Martha Miller, Georgia 4-H Volunteer of the Year
Picture Courtesy of Jason P. Estep
Pictured (L-R): Keri Hobbs, Georgia 4-H Volunteer Specialist, Laura Perry Johnson, Associate Dean of Extension, Tony Miller, Lowndes County 4-H Volunteer, Yvonne Childs, Grady County 4-H Volunteer, Martha Morris, Chatham County 4-H Volunteer, Lonnie Waters, Pickens County 4-H Volunteer, Julie Bacon, Georgia 4-H State Board Distirct Representative from Tattnall County, and Zach Tellano, Georgia 4-H State Board Representative from Hart County.
2016 Recognition Opportunity:
Salute to Excellence is one way 4-H acknowledges volunteers' unwavering dedication to 4-H Youth Development. Each county may nominate two outstanding individual volunteers, one in each catgory:
Application information is available here from National 4-H Council. Completed packets must be received in the State 4-H office by Monday, September 26, 2016 in Word format to insure consideration for national submission. Three letters of reference are required for competing in the district and state contests. (Letters may be in pdf format.)
Send the complete application packet to:
Keri Hobbs , Extension 4-H
District and state winners will be recognized during this year's 4-H Fall Forum. Georgia winners advance to the Southern Regional Competition where national finalists will be announced in February. One national winner in each division will be announced in April during National Volunteer Week. National winners will be recognized during National 4-H Week at the 4-H Heritage Luncheon held at the National 4-H Center in Chevy Chase, Maryland.
For additional questions contact Keri Hobbs, (706) 542-4H4H.
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