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News : Area Residents Inducted Into Missouri 4-H Hall Of Fame
Posted by Randy on 2014/8/12 7:20:00 (476 reads) News by the same author

“Making the best better” for generations of Missouri 4-H Club members, 54 4-H luminaries joined the Missouri 4-H Hall of Fame, held August 9 at the State Fair Community College campus.
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Inductees from 41 counties established a legacy totaling 1,566 years of volunteer service to Missouri 4-H. More than 300 family members and friends attended the eighth annual event. Inductees were nominated by their counties for outstanding volunteer work in local 4-H programs.

“This celebration acknowledges the contributions of distinguished 4-H leaders, both past and present,” said State 4-H Council President Trent Ludwig.

The Missouri 4-H Foundation recognizes individuals who have created a legacy of service to
4-H by honoring them with membership in the Missouri 4-H Hall of Fame.

“These leaders have made exceptional contributions to the lives of Missouri 4-H members
and we are proud to honor their service,” said Missouri 4-H Foundation Executive Director
Cheryl Reams.

The annual event is sponsored by FCS Financial, the Missouri State Fair and the Missouri
4-H Foundation.

Residents of this area among the 54 persons who've been added to the Missouri 4-H Hall of Fame Inductees include:

Grundy County: Les and Betty Spickard

Livingston: William Bagley

Caldwell: Virginia Howell

Linn: Doris Liebhart

Putnam: Robert and Karen Houf

Here is a complete list of those inducted into the 2014 Missouri 4-H Hall of Fame:

Andrew: Sam Carneal
Audrain: Leland Hanneken
Barton: Donald and Wilma Mc Kibben
Bates: Anna Lou Engelhardt
Benton: Mary Westermier
Buchanan: Helen Whitlock
Caldwell: Virginia Howell
Callaway: Rodney Garnett
Carroll: Candy Schlueter
Cass: John Vic Grice
Clark: Larry Young, Kohoka Meat Processors
Clinton: Rosalie Ingle
Cole: James Jay Wilbers
Cooper: Ann Lenz
Franklin: Marilyn Eckelkamp
Gasconade: Gary and Jane Peanick
Greene: Sherry Kelley
Grundy: Les and Betty Spickard
Henry: David and Laura Henny
Jasper: Mike and Pat Cloud
Johnson: Kenneth and Marilyn Parsons
Lafayette: Mary Jane Bergman
Lawrence: Marilyn Calvin
Lewis: Kevin Cary*
Lincoln: John Northcutt
Linn: Doris Liebhart
Livingston: William Bagley
Macon: Shari Bibbs
Marion: Don and Kathy Nicholson
Monroe: Mike and Julann McLaughlin
Osage: Geralyn Kleffner
Pettis: Karl and Ruth Ann Darby
Pike: Chris Niemeyer
Putnam: Robert and Karen Houf
Ralls: Terry and Joy Hoyt
Randolph: Arthur Ray and Clara Heath
Saline: Kim Vogel
Scotland: Randy Ward
Shelby: Jan Beach
St. Clair: Barbara Haverland
Vernon: Neal and Connie Gerster

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