Posted on March 24, 2011 at 2:58 PM by Global Reach
The Sioux County Extension Office recognizes Marcia Mulder as one of the outstanding 4-H’ers from Sioux County. Marcia earns this distinction for her lifelong commitment to 4-H. Her family was one of the founding families of 4-H in Sioux County in the 1920’s. Marcia grew up in 4-H and has remained active since her first year in the Clever Clovers in 1943. Not only was she a 4-H’er, but she also served as a club leader of the West Clever Clovers from 1965-1980. During those years, Marcia also served on the Sioux County Extension Council for four years. Her children and grandchildren have been active 4-H’ers and she has assisted countless Sioux County 4-H’ers in her job at the local fabric store teaching crafts and helping with sewing projects. Marcia has been a superintendent for Flower Arranging and Houseplants for numerous years at the Sioux County Youth Fair.
Marcia exemplifies all that 4-H teaches. The life skills she learned in 4-H, she has willing taught to many Sioux County Youth. 4-H for Marcia has always centered on others and how she can share the benefits of 4-H with them and help them strive “to make the best better”.