Posted on August 23, 2020 at 12:00 PM by Global Reach
Beginning with her children being 4-H members until the present time as an advisor to the County Council, Lisa has spent years working to help youth. She expects hard work and models it for the members. Community service, projects and exhibits, record books, fundraising – all must be done “to make the best better.” Members working with her learn that effort is key in 4-H and in life.
Her work with youth has included helping at the Ronald McDonald House, chaperoning State 4-H Conference, raising money and providing activities at the county fun night, as well as helping the youth plan their work. A highlight for many is receiving a care package the first year they are out of 4-H – a sign that members are still important even after they graduate.