2013 Nebraska 4-H Ambassadors Named
Thirteen University of Nebraska-Lincoln students from across the state have been chosen to represent Nebraska 4-H through an Ambassador program sponsored by the Nebraska 4-H Foundation. The students represent all college levels and a variety of majors/minors. The Ambassadors will fulfill various duties and responsibilities while promoting Nebraska 4-H throughout the state.
4-H is the largest youth organization in the state of Nebraska with approximately 143,000 youth and around 11,000 volunteers. Members participate through 4-H clubs, camps, and school enrichment and after-school programs. The Nebraska 4-H Foundation provides financial support for a variety of recognition and award programs for youth across the state. The Nebraska 4-H Foundation funds opportunities for youth to celebrate success while promoting personal growth and achievement.
The 2013 Nebraska 4-H Ambassadors are: Tayler Goertz (Bennington, NE), Tessa Harms (Dodge, NE), Anastasia Johnson (Central City, NE), Hannah Kesterson (Alliance, NE), Jared Knobbe (Imperial, NE), Lindsay Long (Springfield, NE), LaNae Maxson (Burwell, NE), Eric Miller (Lyons, NE), Will Miller (Culbertson, NE), Dustin Renken (Bertrand, NE), Courtney Schaardt (Table Rock, NE), Allison Siekman (Bennington, NE), Brittany Spieker (Hadar, NE).
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