Clallam County 4-H held its annual achievement day, Sunday, Nov. 4, to honor all the 4-H members and leaders for completing the 2011-2012 year.
Masters of ceremonies were Bailee Palmer of Neon Riders 4-H Club and Brady Anderson of Pure Country 4-H Club.
Members are divided into age groups. Kindergarten to second grade are primary, third grade through fifth are juniors, sixth through eighth grade are intermediates, and ninth through 12th are seniors.
Officers for the 4-H Leaders’ Council are Judy Richmond, president; LaDona Wilson, vice president; Gayle Taylor, treasurer; and Manon Heistand, secretary.
Awards presented were as follows:
4-H is a nonprofit organization run mostly by volunteers. These awards are made possible by donations to 4-H. Its major fundraiser is the Annual Kiss the Pig Contest. The winner this year was veterinarian Melissa Smith of Country Care in Carlsborg.
The members and leaders are busy with the new 4-H year. If you are interested in joining 4-H, contact the 4-H office at 417-2398 or Judy Richmond at 683-4837.