Equine Club and Jerry Krebs recognized at the Ohio 4-H Conference

The Equine Club and longtime 4-H volunteer, Jerry Krebs were recognized at Ohio 4-H Conference this past weekend.

The Equine Club was one of 3 clubs statewide to receive the Ohio 4-H Community Service Award. Their work organizing hot meals, showers and nonperishable food distribution to families affected by the 2022 Goshen tornadoes did not go unnoticed.

Longtime Clermont County volunteer, Jerry Krebs was awarded the Meritorious Service Award. This award recognizes adult 4-H volunteers for long-term meritorious service. Jerry’s 54 years of hard work and dedication to the Clermont County 4-H Program made him the perfect honoree.

The Ohio 4-H Conference is the largest gathering of 4-H volunteers in the United States. Over 1,000 4-H volunteers and teens from across Ohio’s 88 counties participate each year. This year’s attendees had the opportunity to receive training in more than 120 different areas of interest such as career exploration, risk management, leadership, animal sciences, health and wellness, culinary arts and more.

These individuals dedicated their time, energy and passions to Making the Best Better. We are proud to have them as part of Clermont County 4-H!


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