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Hale Master 4-H Family Recognition

  

​This year two outstanding families received the Hale Master 4-H Family Award

 

 

​The McDonald family from MadisonCounty
 

From back left to right, Jack and Pat Briley, Towly McDonald, Kelly and Teressa McDonald Sr, Kelly McDonald Jr, and Terri Dodd.

Front left, Briley, Blakely, and Bailey Dodd.

  

 

​The Whitfield family from Sullivan County
  
From left to right, Xiaodi, Bob, Laura and John Whitfield.
 

  The purpose of the Hale Master 4-H Family Recognition is to give deserved recognition to 4-H families on the county, region and state levels who have shown consistent leadership ability and exceptional participation in all phases of 4-H Club work.

Eligible families must have one member actively involved in 4-H activities on the local and county levels (in such roles as 4-H member, volunteer leader, donor, etc.) and must have been actively involved in 4-H Club work for no less than five years, including the current year.

The Master 4-H Family application and one letter of recommendation from one county Extension agent for the applicant's home county must be submitted for each entrant. No family may be recognized two consecutive years on the county level. A family may receive the state recognition only one time.

 

Click here to view past recipients of the Hale Master 4-H Family Recognition.

 

Click the links below to obtain a nomination form.  

* F840: Adult Volunteer Leader Recognition Application (Word)
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F840: Adult Volunteer Leader Recognition Application (Adobe Acrobat)