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National Volunteer Week

April 23-29, 2017

Ideas to Celebrate National Volunteer Week:

  • Encourage your club members to recognize their organizational leaders, project leaders and other important 4-H volunteers during the week.
  • Use your news column or write a special news release to recognize volunteers in your program.
  • Prepare a series of Tweets or Facebook posts to recognize volunteers during the week.
  • Highlight National Volunteer Week in your April 4-H Newsletter.
  • Handwrite several notes of appreciation throughout the week to special volunteers in your program.
  • Check-in with a new 4-H volunteer to see how things are going and offer help as needed.

 

First Kansas Volunteer Inducted to National 4-H Hall of Fame

Marilyn Pence Galle was one of 14 inductees from across the country recognized by the National 4-H Hall of Fame in 2014.  Marilyn was a 4-H member in Shawnee County for 11 years, active in Collegiate 4-H while she attended Kansas State University, and has served as a community club leader and project leader for 19 years.  In

 addition, she served on the McPherson County Extension Council and 4-H Program Development Committee.  Galle 

recognizes the challenges and changes that have evolved over the years.  “It’s sometimes hard to make changes, but a lot have been made,” Galle said.  “The main thing is (4-H) has to be for the youth and give them what they need to develop.”

Marilyn Pence Galle

 

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