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2012 Page County- Norman Mier

Posted on 07/19/2012 at 8:47 AM
Norman L. Mier has always had a strong passion for 4-H. He was an active member in the Nodaway Nuggets 4-H Club for nine years and served as president in 1969. He enjoyed showing market beef as well as entering non-livestock exhibits. After graduating from high school, Norm left for...
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2011 Page County - Tom Beavers

Posted on 08/27/2011 at 2:33 PM
Tom Beavers was a ten year member of the Valley Boosters 4-H Club with a sheep herd as his major project. He also had field crops, swine and cattle as minor ones. He held every office in the local club and ran for county office. He exhibited the Grand Champion...
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2010 Page County - George Crawford and John Crawford

Posted on 04/21/2011 at 12:39 PM
John and George Crawford grew up on a farm Southwest of Clarinda and both attended country school for a time, graduating from Clarinda High School and later from Northwest Missouri State University with degrees in Ag business. 4-H was an important part of their lives, being active in their club,...
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2009 Page County - Ron Sanson

Posted on 04/19/2011 at 1:02 PM
Ron Sanson was a strong supporter of 4-H activities during his 40 years as an Iowa State University County Extension worker in Harrison, Crawford, Taylor, and Page Counties. He provided leadership and support of the youth portion at the county fairs and is now a volunteer at the Page County...
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2008 Page County - Don Williams

Posted on 04/15/2011 at 12:31 PM
Throughout his life, Don Williams was an ardent supporter of 4-H at the county, state, national and international level. He was a nine-year member of the Valley Boosters 4-H club. During that period, he was president, reporter, secretary-treasurer, and historian. Don was also elected as the vice-president for the Page...
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2007 Page County - Arlen Meyer

Posted on 04/07/2011 at 12:40 PM
Arlen Meyer grew up in a 4-H family. He was a nine-year member of the Page County Nodaway Nuggets 4-H Club. While he was a club member, Arlen served in nearly all offices, participated in county-wide activities, and enjoyed raising and showing market beef. He also participated in livestock judging...
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2006 Page County - Bruce Ketcham

Posted on 04/05/2011 at 12:48 PM
Bruce Ketcham was an active member of the Tarkio Soil Tillers 4-H Club for 10 years. In 1965, Bruce won the Grand Champion Baby Beef with a 1,030-pound Hereford. His champion steer “soared over all previous top selling prices, going to Nodaway Valley Packing Company for 61 cents a pound.”...
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2005 Page County - Ronald Foster

Posted on 03/31/2011 at 2:04 PM
Ronald Foster has been a dedicated 4-H member and volunteer for more than 50 years. He was a member of the Pleasant Ridge 4-H club, and in 1954 was top individual out of 79 in 4-H Crops Identification and Judging Contest at the Iowa State Fair. With this honor, he...
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2004 Page County - Donald and Faye Rolf

Posted on 03/31/2011 at 11:05 AM
Donald was a member of the Shenandoah Teamster’s 4-H program as a leader for nearly 20 years. He started as a member in a 4-H club from Clarinda, Iowa. He was elected as a 4-H Alumni. Faye was a leader of the Shenandoah Tri M’s for 15 years. She was...
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2002 Page County - Jessie Field Shambaugh

Posted on 03/24/2011 at 2:38 PM
Jessie Field Shambaugh is called the "Mother of 4-H." She started after-school clubs in 1901 while teaching at Goldenrod School in Page County, Iowa. When she became County School Superintendent in 1906, she organized Boys Corn Clubs and Girls Home Clubs in all 130 country schools. Students developed their Head,...
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