Posted on April 12, 2011 at 11:15 AM by Global Reach
Bev has been a positive influence on the youth of Clinton County by helping them to develop life skills including leadership and communication. She provides consistent encouragement in several 4-H project areas. Her time and dedication is unable to be measured by the youth she has benefited.
1967-76 Member of Preston Jolly Workers and Preston Calf Club
1973 State Fair Presentation
1974 State Fair Home Improvement
1975 Jackson county Representative for State Fashion Revue
1974-75 Jackson County Council
1975-76 State of Iowa 4-H Council
1976 Washington DC Trip
1975-76,00-01 State of Iowa 4-H Conference
1977, 78, 79 Employee of Iowa State University Extension Service
Community Resource Development Youth Leader
1984 Swedish 4-H Adult Exchange
1995 Wrote a grant with Miles Mavericks for $1000 to produce a historical video of Miles, Iowa.
1996 International Labo Exchange
1996-98, 07 Volunteer at Dubuque Trail Blazer horse camp
1998 Iowa Horse Fair representative for Clinton County coaching many 4-Hers
with Horseless horse and horse projects
2000 Iowa Horse Fair Coach for Clinton County Hippology Team second place.
2001,76 Iowa State Fair Volunteer
2001 State 4-H Leaders training in Ames. Presented the session for Child
Development with Karen Koskovich.
2005 Wrote a Pioneer Grant to do minor repairs in the Clinton County auditorium and to add 4-H flags and banners.
2006 Assisted in the creation of the Clinton county Urban 4-H program.
Planted and harvested a community garden, baked 100 cookies and sold
them at a bake sale for a fundraiser to donate towards the Community
Nonviolence Program. Held clothing and photography workshops.
1977 to present- Judge for local, county 4-H and open shows. Project areas include: child development, home improvement, food and nutrition, self determined, horse, clothing and photography.
1998-present Collaborative Instructor for Challenge!
Taught this course for youth groups, professional development classes for educators and 4-H clubs.
2000–present 4-H leader for Equine Fever
Personal assistance in developing projects
County Horse workshops
Former 4-H leader for Miles Meadowlarks.
Currently a 4-H leader for Equine Fever.