Four NDSU Extension agents and a specialist received awards at the recent National Association of Extension 4-H Youth Development Professionals virtual conference in Boise, Idaho.
The awards and the recipients were:
Achievement of Service Award recognizes recipients for providing 4-H programming for more than three but less than seven years:
• Caroline Homan, 4-H youth development agent in LaMoure County
• Angie Johnson, agriculture and natural resources agent in Steele County
Distinguished Service Award recognizes recipients for providing 4-H programming for seven or more years:
• Kari Helgoe, family and community wellness agent in Pembina County
• Acacia Stuckle, 4-H youth development and family and community wellness agent in Emmons County
Meritorious Service Award recognizes recipients for providing 4-H programming for 15 or more years:
• Rachelle Vettern, professor and leadership and volunteer development specialist, Center for 4-H Youth Development
The North Dakota Association of Extension 4-H Youth Workers nominated the awardees for their dedication and service to 4-H youth.
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