2002 Fayette County - Frances Graham

Iowa 4-H Hall of Fame Inductees

2002 Fayette County - Frances Graham

 

2002 Fayette County - Frances GrahamFrances Hill Graham has been a dedicated volunteer all of her life.  The former Linn County 4-H’er (from 1935 to 1942) married John Graham and moved to a farm near Hawkeye, Iowa, in 1947.  Frances served as a volunteer 4-H club leader of the Alpha Clover Leaves girls club for 25 years beginning in 1948.  Any second thoughts about being a 4-H leader are wiped out when former 4-H’ers express gratitude for all she did for them while they were in 4-H.  They especially thank her for stressing the importance of record keeping and record books!  Her favorite 4-H memory is attending the 1940 International Livestock Exposition in Chicago as a state winner in Home Furnishings.

Frances continues to be deeply involved in community service activities.  As a charter member, she helped to create the Fayette County Historical Society 26 years ago.  Frances continues in an active role as a volunteer today.  She recently volunteered hundreds of hours to archive and preserve 4-H artifacts and prepare a 4-H history for microfilming.
The Fayette County 4-H and Youth Committee highly recommends Frances Graham from West Union as an inductee into the Centennial Class of the Iowa
4-H Hall of Fame.
 

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