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WSU 4-H Seeks Hall of Fame Nominations

PUYALLUP, Wash. — Nominations for the 2004 Washington State University 4-H Youth Development Hall of Fame are now being accepted by the Washington State 4-H Program.

Anyone, living or dead, who had a significant impact on the 4-H Youth Development Program since its beginning in the state is eligible.

The 4-H Hall of Fame was created in 2001 to honor the many dedicated people who have helped shape 4-H history in Washington state. A total of 122 4-H volunteer leaders and extension personnel have been inducted since its inception.

Information provided should include the nominee’s specific contribution, roles and leadership experience, length of commitment and impact on 4-H. Additional details including other accomplishments, other ways the nominee has been previously recognized and any financial contributions made to 4-H also should be listed.

Call (253) 445-4550 or e-mail for nomination forms. Nominations are due June 1. Recipients will be honored at the State 4-H Forum in Ocean Shores in October.

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