Clermont County 4-H Recognizes Volunteers of the Year

Each year, the Clermont County 4-H Committee awards one deserving 4-H volunteer with the Clermont County 4-H Volunteer of the Year Award.  This special award is designed to recognize an individual whose contributions have made a difference in the overall Clermont County 4-H Program.  Awardees will receive a certificate and their name engraved on the Clermont County 4-H Committee Leadership and Service Award perpetual plaque, located in the Clermont County Extension Office.

This year we will be recognizing three individuals who dedicated their time, energy and passions to making the best better.  We are proud to recognize Pam Burns, Penny Church and Kim Hill as our recipients of the 2020 Volunteer of the Year award. These three 4-H volunteers went above and beyond to ensure that 4-H members had the opportunity to safely exhibit their projects at the Clermont County Fair.  This meant countless hours of planning, multiple meetings each week presenting and refining those plans, developing communication to share with exhibitors, then, implementing those plans; as well as answering questions, addressing concerns and fundraising in between. Pam, Penny and Kim exhibited what it truly means to make the best better!

Pam Burns – 34 year volunteer, Organizational Leader for Rump Roast Riders 4-H Club, and Junior Fair Coordinator

 

 

 

 

 

 

Penny Church – 24 year volunteer, Organizational Leader for Bethel Beefers and Sheepers 4-H Club, and Junior Fair Coordinator

 

 

 

 

 

Kim Hill – 19 year volunteer, Project Leader for Buckles and Boots 4-H Club, and Junior Fair Swine Consultant

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