NC 4-H Honors Volunteers With Awards!
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Henderson County 4-H is blessed with amazing volunteers! We are honored to announce four 4-H volunteers as recipients of 4-H District and State awards!
West District 4-H Volunteer Leader Award:
Beverly Hargus has been the primary Club leader for the Barnyard Bandits 4-H Club for 13 years. She is committed to growing the 4-H program through membership and welcoming all youth who would like to participate. Beverly makes it a priority to keep up with the 4-H youth, their animal projects and is generous with her time and commitment to the 4-H families involved in Barnyard Bandits.
We are thankful to Beverly and all the wonderful work she has done introducing and training numerous Henderson County 4-H youth in animal agricultural over the past 13 years of volunteering with the Barnyard Bandits 4-H Club! Serving the West District as a large and small animal veterinarian and Beverly is an advocate for 4-H, the Extension service and is a staple to our whole community.
State 4-H Volunteer Award:
Chip Worrell has been a 4-H leader with the Young Naturalist 4-H Club for 15 years, serving as the shooting sports coach and building upon the Target Shooting
program in Henderson County as well as on the District and the State levels. First beginning as a coach to teach his own children in the 4-H program Chip’s passion for seeing youth succeed has only grown. He has devoted countless hours and resources to furthering youths 4-H careers in shooting sports, even taking 7 shooting sports teams to the National level. 4-H’ers describe him as a patient and kind coach. It is an honor to recognize him on the State 4-H level as one of the best in North Carolina!
Henderson County is very grateful for his humble character and volunteerism!
State 4-H Volunteer Leadership Team Award:
Emily Lyda and Amanda Mohammed are a dream team of 4-H Club leadership. Since beginning four years ago, the Lab Rats 4-H Club has grown to be one of the largest and most active 4-H Clubs in Henderson County. They are always responsive and encouraging to 4-H youth and parents, making sure everyone is included and on track for completing 4-H projects. Emily and Amanda are quick to respond and help not only their Club, but with County and District events or take on extra responsibilities that will benefit the 4-H program for Henderson County 4-H’ers. We are excited to see what incredible things are to come in the future with this inspiring teamwork!