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Youths honored for 4-H work

December 5, 2012
The Journal

Two Courtland youth received honors at the recent Nicollet County 4-H Awards Banquet.

Megan Struss

Megan Struss, daughter of Paul and Mary Struss of Courtland, received the 2012 Outstanding Youth Leader Award.

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Megan Struss

She has mentored other 4-Hers in the dairy, craft, and scrapbooking project areas as well as demonstrations in the club and county levels. She has been a mentor to area 4-H club secretaries. She helped plan Project Day in the Courtland area and North Mankato area. She organized a holiday craft sale in the Courtland Community Center.

She was received the 2012 Outstanding Achievement Award in Youth Leadership. She has participated in 4-H for 11 years. As a junior at New Ulm High School, she earned five outstanding achievement awards, including 2008 Child Development, 2009 Craft & Fine Arts, 2010 Dairy, 2011 Home Environment and 2012 Youth Leadership.

Matt Struss

Matt Struss, 15, son of Paul and Mary Struss of Courtland, received the 2012 Outstanding Achievement Award in Self- Determined.

He has participated in this project area since he was a third-grader. His recent efforts focused on community service. He has also been involved in many livestock and nonlivestock projects..

As a sophomore at New Ulm High School he has earned outstanding achievement awards, including 2009 Vet Science, 2011 dairy and 2012 Self- Determined.

 
 

 

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