Volunteer Of The Year
Ashley is always willing to do what is asked of her for the benefit of the 4-H’ers. She can be seen doing paperwork for a team, setting up for meetings, cleaning up after events, attending club meetings, chaperoning a trip, or driving the minibus to competitions. She encourages and supports the 4-H’ers in their pursuits and always is there for them. Coweta County 4-H is honored to work with her and feel their 4-H programming would not be the same without her experience, hard work, and constant support.
Laural leads students to mastery! She serves as a coach for Chicken BBQ where she recently led a 4-H’er to first place at the national championship! She also serves as a certified Cotton Boll and Consumer Judging Coach and Wildlife Judging Coach. She led the 2017 Bleckley County 4-H Cotton Boll and Consumer Judging team to claim the national title!
She helps prepare kids for District Project Achievement and judges or helps out wherever she’s needed at the competitions. Laural has definitely been a blessing to the 4-H program.
Cisco gives of his time so willingly to Gwinnett County 4-H. He attends and chaperones almost every Gwinnett County 4-H event. He goes to Fall Forum State Council as the county’s volunteer leader. He attends Gwinnett County’s Award Trip and Cloverleaf and Junior-Senior DPA events. He assists with county council meetings each month for Juniors and Seniors. He is a resource that our 4-H agent and program assistants so appreciate. If he is asked to drive, he makes himself available even if that requires rearranging his work schedule or his many church activities.
As President of the Pickens County Master Gardener’s, Larry has had a positive impact with the 4-H youth over the years. Larry encourages duties in community service and leads youth in accomplishing these duties. He gets them involved with community gardens at our local Children’s shelter, schools, and with Habitat for Humanity.