The Valencia County 4-H Council recognized their members at the annual awards banquet of the Valencia County 4-H Council on Dec. 9.
They were recognized for their achievements throughout the year.
New officers were installed. They are Ty Harris, president; Mace Wells, Vice President; Jody Fuller, Secretary; Joshua Baca, Treasurer; Marie Cadieux, reporter; Dustie Powell, Parliamentarian, and Jayme Runyan, recreational leader.
Outstanding achievement award recipients were: novice: Catherine Baca; juniors: Alexandria Romero and Dee Ann Sanchez, and seniors: Marie Cadieux and Dustie Powell.
Outstanding citizenship awards went to: novice, Brock Dearing, Junior: Cameron Leopold, and senior: Joshua Baca.
Outstanding leadership awards went to: novice, Michael Barger, junior, Amanda Bentley, and senior, Jessie Wells.
Outstanding record book award recipients were: novice, Jennifer Driskell and Megan Meadors; juniors, Desiree Baca and Bryce Richard and seniors, Jessie Wells and Ty Harris.
Outstanding new leaders were Salo and Lori Baca and Leaders of the Year were Debbie Powell and Phil and Shirley Baca.
The honorary 4-H member award went to Jaki Ford of MoorMan’s Feed.
“I Dare You” Awards were presented to Tessie Emond and Mace Wells.
Any youth interested in joining the 4-H program may call the Extension Office at 865-9561.
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