Posted on August 22, 2022 at 12:36 PM by Cade Cameron
Peter Julseth has been a loyal volunteer to the Worth County 4-H program in multiple ways. He is serving as a long-time 4-H club leader of the Brookfield Boosters 4-H Club and is a member of the Worth County 4-H Committee. Peter has served more than 20 years and multiple terms as treasurer of the Worth County Extension Council. He can also be found volunteering for 4-H at the Worth County Fair including hundreds of hours this past year taking food orders at the 4-H Food Stand.
Peter has stepped up and been a 4-H chaperone at numerous county, state and national 4-H events including several times as a volunteer chaperone at State 4-H Conference, Washington D.C. Citizenship Trip, 4-H dances, Chicago 4-H Record Book Award Trip and the State Capitol 4-H Legislative Day. Peter is an extremely responsible and dedicated individual who has been serving in a multitude of ways in his local community including the annual county Cancer Relay for Life and especially the Worth County 4-H program. Peter’s commitment to young people and youth education is commendable.
As a 4-H parent, Peter has motivated his sons Nathanial and Denton to serve the Worth County 4-H program in various capacities. Nathanial is presently serving as a superintendent of the county fair 4-H sheep show and this past year he chaperoned
4-Her’s on the Worth County 4-H Washington D.C. Trip in March. Denton has been a perennial supporter of the State 4-H Conference by transporting 4-H members' luggage to Ames and volunteering every year as a 4-H chaperone.