Tehama County 4-H
Her Hands to Larger Service4-H member’s all across California have used their Head, Heart, Hands, and Health to create and implement community service learning projects that make real and positive changes in their communities. Youth increase their confidence, learn to make decisions, learn to work as a team, and realize that they can make a difference in their community, which is why the Tehama County 4-H Outstanding Service Award was introduced in 2015. This year’s award goes to Makaylie Cook of Antelope 4-H Club for her dedication to the community.
Makaylie actively helps her community chairing her bi-annual clothing drive as well as assisting other organizations such as Salvation Army, American Legion and the Kelly Griggs Museum with events. The selection committee found her to be an impressive young woman with a true interest and commitment to serving your community. They could see from Makaylie’s letters of recommendation that she is continually improving herself, both in and outside of 4-H.
As this year’s recipient, Makaylie’s name has been added to the perpetual plaque on display in the Tehama County UCCE/4-H Office and Makaylie received an individual award at Awards Night this past fall.
This award is fully sponsored by past Tehama County 4-H Volunteer. Congratulations Makaylie for positively impacting your community and being a positive role model in and out of 4-H!
For more information on the 4-H Program in Tehama County, please contact the Tehama County 4-H Office at 530-527-3101.