4-H member spotlight: Jamison Clouse
Jamison Clouse is a first year member of the Ohio City Blue Ribbon Workers. She is 9 years old and loves taking part in her club, helping wherever she can.
As her first year in 4-H, Jamison is taking cake decorating as her project. Although it is only Jamison’s first year, she has already taken an active role. She was elected recreation leader, attended officer training, and also helped in the clubs trash pick up.
“She is always ready to assist in anything we are doing!” says her advisors.
Jamison has done about and beyond what is expected of her as a first year member. She has happily participated in all events, including designing a T-shirt, selling tickets, and making a barbecue poster, helping with the club fundraiser (having the highest sales of all the members), and takes her recreation leader duties very seriously by always being prepared. Jamison has even created a binder to keep all her 4-H items organized.
“She has just been standing out as a 4-H member at each meeting,” says her advisors. “We are very proud of her accomplishments this early in the 4-H year.”