South Carolina 4-H honors volunteers

By Diane Palmer

Glenda Cook, daughter of Glenn Krohn; Phyllis Krohn, widow of Glenn Krohn; Rebecca Griggs, Kershaw County 4-H Volunteer (Award Winner); Photo by Bob SpaldingEach year, South Carolina 4-H recognizes outstanding volunteer leadership by presenting the Glen Krohn Award, named for the late assistant director of family and youth development. This year’s winners are art right (click on image to see all winners).

Catherine Gholson, Richland County, has been a 4-H volunteer for four years where she assists the county coordinator with consumer judging, food demonstrations and military family reach-out trainings. She serves as president of her county leader’s association and has served as chaperone to State 4-H Congress and Teen Weekend.

Rebecca Griggs, Kershaw County, helps club members and families keep records, serves on the advisory council and leads a horse club in a neighboring county.  

Marc and Julie Molyneau, Lee County, chaperone regional events, serve on the advisory council, help with fund raisers, and work at the Sparkleberry Fair.

For more information: www.clemson.edu/4h/.