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4-H is the youth development program of our nations Cooperative Extension System.
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CLUB MEMBERS: Deacon Appel Joseph Bartosh Thomas Bartosh Joelle Brunk Tyler Brunk Bailey Collin

Jameson Collin Aaron Fest Abigail Fest Anna Fest Eli Fest Isaac Fest Brooke Freking

Dylan Freking Faith Freking Samantha Freking Dylan Hattendorf Logan Hattendorf Andrea Hinkeldey Autumn Hinkeldey

Brandon Hinkeldey Brianna Hinkeldey Jonathan Hussong Grace Kilian Ryan Kilian Austin Liepold Kristin Liepold

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Members: Elijah Ihnen Isaac Ihnen Katherin Ihnen Dawson Iverson Grace Iverson Jennifer Majerus Jeremy Majerus Joshua Majerus
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Massina Mandelkow Kortney Porter Hadass Sveback Jazmin Voehl

Jessica Voehl Rudy Voss Sadie Voss Emma Watje

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Meet the Jackson County 4-H Federation officers

National 4-H Week

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Paige Anderson Office: Reporter Grade and school: 12th grade at Jackson County Central High School 4 - H C l u b : Lakefield Hunter Previous 4-H leadership roles/positions: Club treasurer Why did you join 4-H? I joined 4-H since it has been a tradition in my family. I also joined 4-H because I want to learn things and find better opportunities. I love 4-H, and if I wasnt in it, I dont know what I would do. How has 4-H made you a better person? 4-H has made me a better leader and helped me get better with new skills that will help me in the future. What projects have you enjoyed most in 4-H? For livestock, I love showing market lambs. For nonlivestock, vet science. Plus I love livestock judging. Future plans? Going to South Dakota State University for pre-veterinary and animal science. What is your favorite fair food to eat at the county or state fair? County fair, cheese curds. State fair, alligator and bacon on a stick.

Jessica Christoffer Office: Historian and photographer Grade and school: 8th grade at Jackson County Central Middle School 4-H Club: Rost Rustlers Previous 4-H leadership roles/positions: Club reporter and secretary Why did you join 4-H? I joined 4-H to develop skills that I will later use in life and to have leadership opportunities and have fun. How has 4-H made you a better person? 4-H has made me a better person because I have developed more leadership. What projects have you enjoyed most in 4-H? My favorite projects would be flower gardening, arts and crafts and clothing. Future plans? Finish middle school and high school and go to college. What is your favorite fair food to eat at the county or state fair? Chocolate covered bacon or Sweet Marthas Cookies

Josh Christoffer Office: Treasurer Grade and school: 12th grade at Jackson County Central High School 4-H Club: Rost Rustlers Previous 4-H leadership roles/positions: Club reporter, vice president and president Why did you join 4-H? I joined 4-H because I heard stories from my mother that it was a ton of fun. How has 4-H made you a better person? 4-H has given me more confidence in my speaking ability and people skills. What projects have you enjoyed most in 4-H? I enjoyed the geology project most in 4-H. Future plans? Go to college for a degree in science. What is your favorite fair food to eat at the county or state fair? Poutine (fries, cheese curds and gravy) at the Minnesota State Fair.

4-H Vision
A world in which youth and adults learn, grow and work together as catalysts for positive change.

Sydney Eddy Office: Vice president Grade and school: 11th grade at Jackson County Central High School 4-H Club: Enterprise Earners Previous 4-H leadership roles/positions: Club reporter, secretary, treasurer, vice president and president; federation reporter Why did you join 4-H? My family has been a part of it for as long as I can remember, and of course I wanted to be too. How has 4-H made you a better person? Through 4-H I have learned so much about good leadership and how to set good examples for others. What projects have you enjoyed most in 4-H? The beef project is my absolute favorite thing. I have learned so much about responsibility and how hard work can get you pretty far in life. Future plans? I plan on going to college and I am leaning toward something in the nursing field. What is your favorite fair food to eat at the county or state fair? Cheese curds and fresh cut fries are always a must at the fair.

Nolan Hohenstein Office: President Grade and school: 12th grade at Jackson County Central High School 4-H Club: Delafield Diggers Previous 4-H leadership roles/positions: Club vice president and president, federation vice president Why did you join 4-H? Its a great learning experience that teaches responsibility. I just enjoy showing and being competitive in my projects. How has 4-H made you a better person? It made me a more responsible person and someone who is now ready for all aspects of life. What projects have you enjoyed most in 4-H? Showing hogs. Future plans? Attend college and major in nutrition and play college football. What is your favorite fair food to eat at the county or state fair? Deep-fried candy bars

Kristin Liepold Office: Secretary Grade and school: 12th gr ade at Southwest Star Concept High School 4-H Club: LaCrosse Loyal Workers Previous 4-H leadership roles/positions: Secretary, vice president and president of LaCrosse Loyal Workers 4-H Club. Why did you join 4-H? Family tradition, show ring competition and to learn through my non-livestock projects. How has 4-H made you a better person? It has given me a sense of responsibility, leadership skills and the opportunity to have community service hours. I know how to run a meeting. What projects have you enjoyed most in 4-H? Goats, swine and photography. Future plans? Major in animal science. What is your favorite fair food to eat at the county or state fair? Sweet Marthas Cookies

Jackson County young people celebrate National 4-H Week


Jackson County 4-H members join more than 6 million young people across the country next week in celebration of National 4-H Week, which takes place annually during the first full week of October. Jackson County 4-H leverages National 4-H Week to celebrate the great things the 4-H youth development program offers young people and highlights the incredible young people in 4-H who each day work to have a positive effect on their community. Research has proven participation in 4-H has a significant positive effect on young people. Recent findings from the Tufts University 4-H Study of Positive Youth Development indicate that, when compared to their peers, young people in 4-H are: Nearly four times more likely to contribute to their communities,

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Congratulations to all the 4-H members and leaders on your hard work and dedication.

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We Salute All The 4-H Members, Leaders And Families For Their Dedication And Countless Hours!
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Our 4H members of today are our leaders of tomorrow. We salute you!

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Jackson County 4H members and leaders on all you have learned and achieved!

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National 4-H Week

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Photo by Marie Zimmerman

Jackson County 4-H Advisory Board


Jackson County 4-H Advisory Board members include Dave Hussong, second-year member (from left); Vicki Thiner, first-year member; Ed Yonker, first-year member; and Lisa Fest, first-year member. Not pictured are Melanie Post, second-year member, and Melonie Vancura, first-year member.

4-H Week: First full week of October


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Two times more likely to pursue healthy behaviors, and Two times more likely to engage in science, technology, engineering and math programs in the out-ofschool time. Also during National 4-H Week, hundreds of thousands of youth from all around the nation will complete a single, innovative experiment on 4-H National Youth Science Day, this year set for Wednesday, Oct. 9. The 2013 National Science Experiment, 4-H Maps & Apps, will introduce youth to the importance of geographic information systems and geographic positioning systems as they design and map their ideal park, use mapping to solve community problems and contribute data to the U.S. Geological Surveys The National Map program as citizen scientists through The National Map Corps project. 4-H, the largest youth development organization in the world, is a community of 7 million young people across the globe learning leadership, citizenship and life skills. In the United States, 4-H programs are implemented by the 109 land grant universities and the Cooperative Extension System through their 3,100 local extension offices across the country. Overseas, 4-H programs operate throughout more than 50 countries.

The 4-Hs
Head, Heart, Hands, and Health are the four Hs in 4-H, and they are the four values members work on through fun and engaging programs. *** Head - Managing, Thinking Heart - Relating, Caring Hands - Giving, Working Health - Being, Living

We are proud of the Jackson County 4-Hers

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Congratulations to all 4-H clubs and members on your accomplishments!

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Trinity Allen Dominic Bargfrede Zachary Bargfrede Taylor Boell Jasmine Dahlsten Eli Edlin Jacey Edlin Jamie Edlin Kendall Edlin Chase Farrell Nathan Farrell Kyanna Hall Maddie Isaacson Kayleigh Nosbusch Curtis Pell Simon Pell William Pell Sara Reetz Allie Robertson Abigail Roland Mackenzie Roland Dylan Withers

Club Members
Desirae Cleland Destany Cleland LeAnn Daisy Marcus Daisy Sarah Daisy Braeden Erickson Alana Freking Grant Freking Kayleigh Fritz
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Teah Graves Tori Graves Tre Graves Angela Holthe Jade Holthe Alaina Lilleberg Annika Lilleberg Emma Lilleberg Trey Rossow

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One of the first things I did as a 4-H summer intern was call a bunch of people Id never met and ask them to volunteer as assistants for project judging at the county fair. The long list of spots to fill made it immediately evident 4-H is an organization built by volunteer power. It runs on middle school kids who give up a goofing around with friends to lead day camps and parents who take vacation days from work to support the poultry project. Volunteers rock. However, I think National 4-H Week is an opportune time for volunteers to in turn recognize outstanding staff members who keep things together behind the scenes. There are the 4-H administrative assistants

Celebrate National 4-H Week by thanking a 4-H staff member


like Jan, who was working at Wright County when I started interning. She kept all the 4-H show programs for county fair in meticulous order and was sure to send information to the local paper. And when she was brewing herself a cup of tea in the break room, sometimes shed make me one too, just because she knew it would brighten my day. Or Tarah, who had to enter a humongous stack of entry forms into a special software program that would spit out county fair project tags, many of which would be discarded by kids. Meanwhile, someone would walk in with a weird bug in a container to pass along to the master gardener in the office. Tarah wouldnt miss a beat, sticking in the insect in our tiny fridge to hang out with everyones lunch. And then theres my mother-in-law, who was an administrative assistant when teenage me was bouncing off the walls in the McLeod County Extension Office, pretending to answer the phones and date stamping my hands while waiting for a meeting to start or a van to leave. She never tossed me out on my ear, even when I obviously had too much energy. These days, I get to work with Staci, who, when she is wildly busy, still takes time to help me with my own deadlines by identifying smiling 4-H members in photos and corralling information. Putting in some of the craziest hours are 4-H program coordinators. Growing up, that was Bernie. In addition to her regular duties, Bernie recruited for and helped coach our general livestock judging team, spending summer evenings and weekends in hog barns and cattle pastures. When the team won a trip to nationals, she fundraised. When Goldfish crackers appeared in the county van air vents, she tried not to notice. Before competition, she wrote personal notes in the front of our judging notebooks. She expected a lot of us, and we grew up to meet the challenge. When she quit her PC job to work at the University of Wisconsin, I was heartbroken. But looking back, she had given more than any of us had a right to ask for. As an intern, my 4-H PC was Katie. Working inside the office, I saw how tough her job was. There are times a PC has to deny a state fair trip for wrongly filed paperwork, times she has to mediate a dispute between club leaders, times she has to listen to a laundry list of gripes that have nothing to do with her the griper just didnt have anywhere else to turn. Still, Katie bubbled with laughter, was infectiously ecstatic about 4-H summer camp and kept her eyes on what was best for youth members. She was my first real boss, and her conduct was a shining example. I also had the pleasure of seeing Jen in action. She was almost a Zen master in the way she managed a dozen elementary school kids all tussling for the same glue and asking questions that had already been answered. And when it was time to take 4-H winner photos at county fair, Jen remained good natured but brisk while lining up tired

National 4-H Week

Thursday, October 3, 2013

4-Hers. Unfortunately, it is easy to burn out on a job requiring such a level of compassion, enthusiasm and diplomacy. As were in the midst of the search for someone to fill the role of 4-H PC for Jackson County, lets remember to support all our 4-H staff. They serve as role models, cheer leaders and educators for many youth in our community. And there are few jobs more important than that.

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Marie Zimmerman

Lakeeld Hunter 4-H Club


MAKE A LASTING IMPACT.
Join the 4-H Alumni Community today at 4-h.org/alumni.
4-H is the youth development program of our nations Cooperative Extension System.
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HATS OFF
to all the Jackson County 4-H members and leaders! Were proud of all your hard work and dedication.
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Maggie Post Tanner Post Brenan Runge Conner Snyder Jordan Snyder Darick Vancura Madelyn Vancura Michaela Vancura

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Club Members
Carmen Almodovar Joaquin Almodovar Olivia Almodovar Selma Almodovar Clayton Cavness Karli Cavness Jessica Christoffer Joshua Christoffer Preston Christoffers Tanner Marie Christoffers Elijah Earhart Ezra Earhart Brooklynn Elder Tucker Elder Hunter Gustin Nicole Gustin Mason Johnson Christian Kazemba Christine Kazemba Faith Kazemba Hannah Kazemba Rebecca Kazemba Stephanie Kazemba Jadi Koep Kailey Koep Cassandra Mortenson Alyssa Post Nathaniel Post
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Ryan Beaver Victoria Beaver Wayne Fisk Austin Hinkeldey Marcus Hinkeldey Nathan Hinkeldey Ryan Hinkeldey Nolan Hohenstein

Abby Ignaszewski Morgan Ignaszewski Peter Ignaszewski Wyatt Ignaszewski Zach Ignaszewski Garrhet Kellner Michaela Kellner Danny Kneeland

Emma Pohlman Zoe Pohlman Willow Thiner Noah Thompson Austin Yonker Braden Yonker

Taylor Post Adriane Rentschler Paul Salentiny Rachel Salentiny Rebecca Salentiny Tim Salentiny Ava Schoenfeld

Calvin Stumpf Soa Stumpf Joshua Ulbricht Caden Walkes Kade Zishka Kylie Zishka

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Dalton Dykstra Julia Dykstra Ali Eckert Andy Eckert Sydney Eddy Dan Eggink Jordon Ellefson Riley Endreson Ben Freking Thomas Freking William Freking Caleb Haskin Mackenzie Henning Chase Heser

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Bryn Anderson Nathaniel Anderson Reese Anderson Braeden Arduser Brittany Arduser Alexis Crees Adam Crissinger Kyle Edlin Megan Edlin

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