Posted on August 19, 2019 at 2:39 PM by Global Reach
Curt Schaub has been a loyal volunteer to the Worth County 4-H program in multiple ways. He was a long time 4-H club leader of the Golden Banner 4-H club and is a member of the Worth County 4-H Committee. Curt served more than 20 years and multiple terms on the Worth County Extension Council. He can also be found every year at the Worth County Fair checking in 4-H and FFA members’ swine projects as they enter the show ring on judging day.
Curt is an agriculture education graduate of Iowa State University and has been an excellent resource of information to young people with particular expertise in the livestock and crops areas. He has been an excellent role model to those in the Golden Banner 4-H club. His family has had a very long and rich tradition of changing lives for the better in the Grafton and Manly areas. Curt is an extremely responsible and dedicated individual who has been serving in a multitude of ways in his local community and especially the Worth County 4-H program. His commitment to young people and youth education is commendable.
As a 4-H parent, Curt motivated his son, Michael, to excel in his 4-H livestock and non-livestock project work. Curt served on the 1971 State 4-H Council and encouraged his son Michael who served on the 2005 State 4-H Council. Michael was also a 2004 National 4-H Congress trip winner and won State 4-H Project Awards in swine, communications and leadership.