Posted on August 23, 2020 at 12:00 PM by Global Reach
Amy Glick truly exemplifies the 4-H spirit in Cedar County. She grew up as a 4-H member in Linn County where she lived for fair week! She was on the 4-H Youth Council and was very active in the dairy cattle, food and nutrition, and communication project areas. Amy and her husband, Rob, live in Cedar County now with their sons, Grady and Carson (both 4-H members). They are an active grain and cattle farming family.
Amy has been a 4-H volunteer for more than 10 years taking on many different roles within the 4-H program. She has been a member of the Cedar County Youth Committee, a leader of Tipton’s FIRST Lego League 4-H Club, a leader of the Center Ring Leaders 4-H club, an advisor for the Cedar County Youth Council, a project workshop leader, an integral member of our market animal weigh-in team, and is always willing to lend a hand whenever staff asks for help.
Amy also loves giving back to the community. It is this passion that inspired her to create Cedar County 4-H’s Annual Day of Caring. This is a day of service for all 4-H clubs to participate in together. Each club is encouraged to find a need within their community and pledge their hands to larger service as they work to fulfill this need.
Amy leads by example and would never ask anyone to do something that she would not do herself. She is a positive person and full of energy. At her core, Amy is a cheerleader for the youth of Cedar County. She is dedicated to leading our 4-H youth to be the best that they can be. We are lucky to have Amy Glick as a volunteer in the Cedar County 4-H program.