Posted on April 5, 2011 at 2:32 PM by Global Reach
Terry Jaschke’s life, short as it was, was full of 4-H events. From personal participation to teaching as a father and leader, to watching as a proud spectator. As stated in his 1963 4-H story, he truly took the 4-H pledge to heart by: Pledging his head to clearer thinking, his heart to greater loyalty, his hands to larger service and his health to better living for his club, his community, his country and his world.
- Ten-year Guthrie County 4-H club member receiving numerous awards and achievements on the county, state, and national level.
- Served as Adair County 4-H leader for eight years.
- Served as Adair County Fair Board member for eleven years.
- Livestock manager Iowa State Fair, April, 1975 to December, 1976.
- Started the Avenue of Breeds at Iowa State Fair in 1975.
- From the time of joining 4-H as a boy, Terry was very involved in its programs and activities. Regardless of whether he was learning or teaching, putting forth our best effort was always the goal. This philosophy was instilled in those that came into contact with Terry throughout his short life.