Local 4-H members were recognized with scholarship and the Leadership Development Award.



Two Glenn County 4-H graduating seniors were selected to receive scholarships, according to a press release. 

Enrique Ramirez of the Lake 4-H Club was selected as the recipient for a $500 Glenn County 4-H Council Scholarship. 

Ramirez has been in 4-H for nine years and is a senior at Providence Christian School. He has participated in numerous projects including sheep and dairy. He has earned the Silver Star Rank, has held the office of club vice president for two years and enjoys setting great examples for the younger members in the club. Ramirez plans to attend Butte College and eventually own a business or operate a farm. 

Hannah Gonzalez of the Capay 4-H Club is the recipient of a $1,000 Glenn County 4-H Council Scholarship. 

Gonzalez has been in 4-H for nine years as well and is a senior at Hamilton City High School. She has participated in many 4-H projects, including swine. She has earned the Bronze Star Rank and credits 4-H for many of her life skills. She will be attending Oklahoma State University in the fall and be majoring in agribusiness and crop soil science.

Leadership Development Award

A Glenn County 4-H junior/teen leader was selected for the Leadership Development Award for the 2018/19 4-H year, according to a press release. 

Noah Bostrom of the Stoney Creek 4-H club was selected as the recipient after being interviewed on April 11. 

Bostrom is a three-year 4-H member and has been involved with  sports shooting and dairy projects. He has held the office of club president, secretary and historian and has been a teen leader for many of his projects. 

He was also selected as one of the Glenn County 4-H 2019-20 County Ambassador Team members. He is currently a student at William Finch Charter School. 

Through Bostrom’s efforts, he has earned a paid State Leadership Conference registration fee provided by the Glenn County 4-H Council, according to the press release.

The State Leadership Conference will be at University of California, Davis, July 18-21 and will be an opportunity to expand his leadership skills, increase his commitment to teaching others and provide an exchange of ideas with other junior/teen delegates from throughout California. 

“Congratulations to our 2019 Leadership Development Award recipient,” it was stated in the press release. “Thank you for your hard work and dedication to the 4-H program. Thank you to our selection panel for their time and effort, it is greatly appreciated.”

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