2018-2019 Iron County 4-H Members Recognized at Achievement Night

2018-2019 Iron County 4-H members and volunteers were recognized for their achievements at the annual Iron County 4-H Achievement & Recognition Celebration, which took place at the Kimball Community Center on Sunday, October 13, 2019. The celebration started with a dinner that included pizza and salad from the Iron Nugget and was followed by an awards ceremony.

Iron County 4-H Youth Development Educator, Neil Klemme discussed the success of his 4-H program and thanked the volunteers for all they do, stating that, “A county 4-H program is only as strong as the volunteers who step up to lead.” Klemme also mentioned that the program is growing in Iron County and with new members, comes a need for more leadership opportunities.

Iron County Green Team member, Kasey Klemme assisted her Dad by presenting club members and leaders with certificates and achievement pins. Iron County Green Team member, Jackie Bradley discussed her experiences as a State 4-H Communications Team member and highlighted some of her experiences at the American Spirit Trip, which she attended this past summer. Hurley Lucky Clovers Club members, Haley Nyquist and Jayme Harma also discussed their experiences at the American Spirit Trip.

For more information, check out the Achievement Night program, which is posted in the link below. Area businesses and individuals who supported the 2019 pie auction, silent auction and livestock auctions are also highlighted in the program.

If you would like to learn more about Iron County 4-H, please call Neil Klemme at 715-561-2695 or contact him via email at neil.klemme@wisc.edu.

2019 Iron County 4-H Achievement & Recognition Celebration Program.pdf

Iron County Green Team

Hurley Lucky Clovers

Penokee Range Livestock Club