Four decades as 4-H volunteer

Roseann Harbage (center) is recognized for her 40 years of service to 4-H by Dr. Kirk Bloir (left), interim state 4-H leader, and Dr. Roger Rennekamp, associate dean and director, OSU Extension.

(Posted March 29, 2019)

Roseann Harbage of Plain City was honored for her 40 years of 4-H volunteer service at the Ohio 4-H Volunteer Recognition Luncheon and Milestone Volunteer Tenure Reception held March 9 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center. The luncheon and reception were part of an educational conference for adult and teen 4-H volunteers.

Over the years, Harbage has been an advisor for the Clover Clippers 4-H Club, served as Madison County’s key leader for nutrition and clothing projects, volunteered as a staff member for 4-H camp, and serves on the Madison County 4-H Advisory Committee.

Ohio 4-H is the youth development program of Ohio State University Extension, the outreach arm of the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. In 2018, more than 156,000 young Ohioans participated in 4-H clubs, groups and special interest programs. Ohio has more than 16,000 active 4-H volunteers.

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