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2012 Keokuk County- Enid Phillips

Posted on 07/18/2012 at 4:22 PM
Enid Phillips, a farm wife for 62 years, became a leader of the Keswick Klover Leaves 4-H Club in 1964. Her daughter volunteered her for this position. She was one of three leaders. At that time the 4-H Club had a home improvement, clothing, and food and nutrition leaders. She...

2011 Keokuk County - Connie Sieren

Posted on 08/30/2011 at 1:36 PM
Connie Sieren has twenty plus years working with youth in the 4-H program. She served as a local club co-leader and also as a Keokuk County Committee representative. As a leader she strived to give individualized attention to each member; helping with sewing, cooking, and home improvement during the designated...

2010 Keokuk County - Neoma Wonderlich

Posted on 04/21/2011 at 1:16 PM
From 1931 to 1942, Neoma Wonderlich was a member of the Junior Homemakers 4-H Club in Ollie, Iowa. Highlights of her 4-H years included: · Showing her Brown Swiss at the National Dairy Cattle Congress in the 4-H division at Waterloo · Attending the 4-H State Conservation Camp at the...

2009 Keokuk County - Marie Lucille (Dyson) Atwood

Posted on 04/19/2011 at 1:43 PM
Marie (Dyson) Atwood joined 4-H in 1934 as a member of the Adams Hustlers 4-H Club, she served as County Secretary/Treasurer, and has continued to be involved to this day. She was a leader of the Stick-to-It 4-H Club from 1965 -1982 during which time four of her five daughters...

2008 Keokuk County - Antona Nell Weber

Posted on 04/19/2011 at 10:26 AM
Antona Nell Weber started her career in 4-H as a member in 1939 in the newly created Warren Winners 4-H Club. She later became that clubs leader for over 20 years. Nell served on the county 4-H committee for over ten years, and served as county fair superintendent for small...

2007 Keokuk County - Elmer Greiner

Posted on 04/07/2011 at 1:46 PM
Elmer has been a 4-H and Keokuk County Expo supporter since before most people can remember. He has been one of the constants in the 4-H Livestock formula. His efforts could only be measured in years of extensive service. Serving as Swine and Carcass Committee Chair and keeping a watchful...

2003 Keokuk County - Cap Miller

Posted on 03/29/2011 at 1:38 PM
County superintendent Cap E. Miller in Keokuk County was one of several individuals in Iowa who pioneered the precursors to 4-H clubs as we know them today. In 1904 he made plans and urged his teachers to promote clubs and teach farm subjects. He sponsored a county organization of boys...

2002 Keokuk County - Hilda Souer

Posted on 03/24/2011 at 1:46 PM
Hilda is a long time 4-H advocate. She attended club congress and was a county program assistant. Even after retirement, Hilda has continued to be a regular contributor to the 4-H program as a resource person for clubs, as a county 4-H historian, and as both an advocate and judge...
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