Clinton girl named 4-Her of the Year

  • Wednesday, November 15, 2017 10:00am
  • Life
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                                Pictured from Left to Right: Shanna Flower, Krista Ollis, Cathi Mann-Fisher (WSU Island County 4-H Coordinator), Madison Ellerby-Muse and Tim Lawrence ( WSU Island County Director).

Photo provided Pictured from Left to Right: Shanna Flower, Krista Ollis, Cathi Mann-Fisher (WSU Island County 4-H Coordinator), Madison Ellerby-Muse and Tim Lawrence ( WSU Island County Director).

On Sunday, Nov. 12, Island County 4-H named Madison Ellerby-Muse, of Clinton, as its 4-Her of the Year for 2017-2018. The honor earns a $1,000 scholarship from the Leaders’ Council.

Other awards presented include 4-H Leader of the Year to Krista Ollis of South Whidbey and Superintendent of the Year to Shanna Flower of North Whidbey.

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