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.
This year, Ranee Miller was recognized as the Clermont County 4-H Volunteer of the Year. Ranee has dedicated her time, energy, and passions to making the best better.
Ranee has been a volunteer with Prime Producers 4-H Club for 10 years, and serves as the Clermont County 4-H Committee President. Ranee consistently and constantly goes above and beyond for the 4-H members of Clermont County. In addition to helping run a great 4-H club, Ranee leads and organizes activities sponsored by the 4-H committee.
As President of the 4-H Committee, Ranee has vision for the county. Using her organizational skills and can-do attitude, she helps plan the fair week activities, volunteer banquet, and 4-H Outpost. She has taken exceptional steps to improve the Outpost to be very profitable in order to fund programs for the 4-H members. This year she went above and beyond in implementing new ideas for the Outpost as well as the enormous amount of time spent working the Outpost. She did it all with a smile on her face.
Through the funds raised at the 4-H Outpost, youth have attended local, state, and national camps. From Citizenship Washington Focus in Washington D.C., to camperships for Camp Graham, 4-H members are gaining leadership skills and memories to last a lifetime. She also plans and organizes community service events for her club.
Ranee truly personifies the 4-H pledge by using her head, heart, hands, and health, to improve the 4-H program.