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Hagan Inducted to 4-H Hall of Fame

PULLMAN, Wash. — Carol Hagan, 1247 15th St., Clarkston, has been inducted into the newly created Washington State 4-H Hall of Fame.

Hagan has been a 4-H volunteer since 1986. She served two years as president of the Asotin County 4-H Leader’s Council, and worked as the 4-H hall superintendent at the Asotin County Fair 1988-98. She was on the County Fair Board 1989-99, serving as President 1996-98.

At the state level, Hagan served as member of the State 4-H Advisory Board, including two years as president. She organized the State Centennial Quilt Project in 2000 which is currently underway.

Induction of the first one hundred people was announced at a State 4-H Forum in Ocean Shores. The hall of fame was created as part of the 4-H centennial celebration.

More than 93,500 Washington youths are enrolled in 4-H programs; over 20,300 are enrolled in 1,733 clubs. Another 73,000 participate in a variety of other 4-H activities, such as the school enrichment program, day camps and overnight camping.

More than 10,300 adult volunteers support 4-H, which is Washington State University Cooperative Extension’s informal, educational program for today’s young people. The program combines the cooperative efforts of youth, volunteer leaders, WSU faculty, federal, state, and local governments, and businesses.

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(509)758-5147 for Mark Heitstuman, 4-H Extension Educator