AMES, Iowa -- A $1,000 scholarship has been awarded to a Johnson County 4-H member. Caroline Mohling, North Liberty, has received an Orscheln 4-H Scholarship sponsored by Orscheln, Inc.
Mohling, a nine-year 4-H member, is the daughter of Gene and Kay Mohling. She has participated most actively in the project areas of sheep, beef and horticulture. On the county level, she has received awards for leadership, senior excellence and citizenship. She served as president, vice-president and secretary of her 4-H club. She was also a member in her county 4-H council.
“My experiences in 4-H for nine years have helped to mold me into the individual that I am today,” Mohling said. “The leadership, communication and citizenship skills that I have gained during my years in 4-H have continued to guide me.”
Mohling is a graduate of Prairie High School and plans to major in animal science at Iowa State University.
In Iowa, the 4-H program is a part of Iowa State University Extension and headquartered on the ISU campus in Ames. For more information about 4-H, how to get involved, or how to apply for a 4-H scholarship contact the local county office of ISU Extension.