2012 Wayne County- Rhonda Mason

Iowa 4-H Hall of Fame Inductees

2012 Wayne County- Rhonda Mason

 
Rhonda began her involvement in 4-H as a 9 year member of the Washington Willing Workers and Union Hotshots 4-H clubs.  She exhibited both projects in the exhibit building as well as livestock, including showing her dog at the state fair. 
 
She was club leader of the Washington Willing Workers for 17 years, from 1985-2001, and often gave kids rides to the meetings.  She helped kids train their dogs for fair as the dog project leader for 15 years (1989-2003).  Several years Rhonda also helped transport Wayne Counties exhibits to and from the Iowa State Fair.  She has been an Exhibit Building Superintendent for about 20 years and still continues this today, helping the judges and arranging the exhibits after judging. 
 
Rhonda Mason and her husband, Richard live in rural Corydon where they raised children, Amanda and Andrew who were also active members of 4-H.  She has a granddaughter, Haley, who will surely be active in 4-H when she gets old enough.  Rhonda has never missed a Wayne County Fair or Iowa State Fair, and it has always been "a family affair". 
 

It is our pleasure to announce Rhonda Mason as this year's inductee into the Iowa 4-H Hall of Fame from Wayne County. 

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