As section of the Chester County 4-H Reasonable, 3 community teenagers ended up identified Aug. 12 for their leadership and services to the 4-H system and their group as section of the Spirit of 4-H Award presentation. The Spirit of the 4-H Award was began in 1998 by Saddle Up 4-H Horse and Pony Club.
4-H club leaders are asked to nominate 1 member from each individual 4-H club that demonstrated the most spirit, enthusiasm, and willingness to do anything for 4-H or the community. Once nominated the users are asked to total and return an application to be reviewed by the 4-H Application Development Committee who selects the Chester County 4-H member that is most deserving of the award.
In 2021, one 4-H member was honored as the winner of the Spirit of 4-H Award and two additional 4-H users with Certificates of Accomplishment. The nominees that were being recognized are all exemplary and we are proud that they are part of the Chester County 4-H system.
Identified as honorable Mentions were David Gober and Ronak Suchindra.
David Gober of West Pikeland is a member of Northern Chester County 4-H Horse Club and credits 4-H for displaying him how he can effect his neighborhood and the entire world. He has experienced the possibility to meet up with quite a few people and they have impacted him and his curiosity in helping other individuals. 4-H has also motivated his potential vocation objectives and he hopes to turn into a veterinarian. David is a leader in his club and has participated in several 4-H management occasions.
Ronik Suchindra of Upper Uwchlan is an active member and chief in the Clover Rovers 4-H Robotics Club. He credits 4-H for getting served him find out and develop in robotics techniques and public talking, and escalating his crucial thinking techniques, self-confidence, organizational capabilities, time administration, and persistence. Ronik has discovered the great importance of being a fantastic role model and helping his local community. Very last year, as a final result of the pandemic, he made Youngsters Hook up which presents free of charge on the web workshops for children as a way of connecting children by sharing their understanding on a skill and allowing for them to instruct other people.
Winner of the 2021 Chester County Spirit of 4-H Award was Melissa Johnson (Glen Mills). Melissa is the president of the SPARKS 4-H Club, and a member of 4-H Teen Council, Golden Fleece 4-H Sheep Club, and Gum Tree 4-H Horse Club. She served as a camp counselor this summer and has aided many 4-H customers with their projects. She made and led numerous club meetings for her golf equipment and participated in club and county support tasks. Melissa attended Funds Days and the Condition Leadership Conference in man or woman and just about attended the National Agriscience Summit. In addition, she is presently doing work on her 4-H Diamond Award. Melissa credits 4-H with providing her the abilities to tackle any difficulty.