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Fair Board Members
President Amy Staudt - Rockford
Vice President Tim Paplow - Marble Rock
Treasurer Craig Anderson - Charles City
Secretary Kerry Crooks-Charles City
  Dennis Sonberg – Charles City
  Ron Hillegas – Charles City
  Ben Kisch – Charles City
  Troy Jaeger - Charles City
  Kurt Thorson -Floyd
  Ben Johnson – Floyd
  Renee Knapp - Colwell
  Bruce Koebrick- Charles City
  Lyle Staudt- Charles City
  Matt Ross-Charles City
  Curt Brandau-Rudd

Floyd County Extension
112 N. Main St.
Charles City, Iowa 50616

Regional Educational Director
Donovan Olson
County Executive Director
Lesley Mehmen Milius
Office Assistant
Jane Beranek
4-H Program Assistant
Allison Hocking
4-H Office Assistant
Kim Vance
Family Nutrition Program Assistant
Julie Mayhew

Floyd County 4H Clubs and Leaders
Floyd County Marksmen
4H Shooting Sports and 4H Club Activities
Bill Mead   228-3620 or 330-2275 cell
Sue Sedgwick   228-3661
Cathie Groesbeck   330-9795
Julia Knecht   228-3436 or 330-1841cell

Riverton Lucky Clovers
Citizenship Projects and Communication Skills
Troy Stille   435-2131
Derek Foelske   330-3651

Nora Springs Rolling Stones
Community Service and Non-Livestock Projects

Michelle Schubert   512-2080

Llove Those Llamas
Working with Llamas and Community Service

Jody Fint   228-6032
Jill Wust   756-3734 or 512-8613 cell

Floyd County 4H Riders
Working with Horses

Jennifer Eggena   257-8486

Charles City Angels
Build Leadership and Communication Skills
Shelly Anderegg   257-2562 or 330-3585 cell

W. St. Charles Feeders
Community Service and Livestock Projects

Tina Hoeft   228-4448
Angie Staudt   228-8198

Jolly Ranchers
Community Service and Livestock Projects

Amy Staudt   330-6289

Colwell Celebrities

Community Service and 4H Project Workshops
Lisa Sonberg   426-6730
Teresa Knecht   228-3447

Union Busy Bees
Community Service, Livestock Projects and 4H Project Workshops
Dan Staudt   397-2651 or 330-7364 cell
Teresa Stevens-Marth   228-2494 or 330-1207 cell

Floyd Farmers
Community Service and Livestock Projects
Kelli Nauman   398-2231

Ulster Future Leaders
Community Service, Leadership Projects, and Livestock Projects
Holly Jeffrey   426-6241

Top 10 Reasons to Join 4H
1. Develop skills to succeed in the workplace.
2. Improve goal-setting and decision-making skills.
3. Become a community leader.
4. Go on 4H Trips, Camps, and Con-ferences.
5. Practice Responsibility.
6. Meet new friends.
7. Participate in county-wide events.
8. Learn about citizenship and how it works.
9. Learn new things.

Floyd County Events
Communications-develop your public speaking skills by doing a presentation, working exhibit, or extem-poraneous speech. Maybe even selected to ad-vance to the State Fair, Clay County, or Cattle Congress.
County Fair-show off your talents by displaying projects in the 4H Building or exhibiting livestock at the county fair.
Share the Fun-perform a skit or musical with a group or by yourself. You may also get the chance to represent Floyd County at the State Fair, Clay County or Cattle Congress.

To participate in the Floyd County 4H Program:

• Contact one of the club leaders in this brochure
• Or contact the Floyd County Exten-sion office Phone
   641/228-1453 or

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) prohibits discrimination in all programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, and marital or family status. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all pro-grams.) Many materials can be made available in alternative formats for ADA clients. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Office of Civil Rights, Room 326-W, Whitten Building, 14th and Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, DC 20250-9410 or call 202-720-5964.

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