Linn County Extension Welcomes Two 4-H Summer Program Assistants

Kiera Dixon and Maddie Timmerman

ISU Extension and Outreach, Linn County welcomes Kiera Dixon and Maddie Timmerman to the team this summer as 4-H Program Assistants.
Kiera Dixon will be a junior at Central College this fall continuing her degree in Social Science and Psychology. Kiera has been involved in 4-H for 12 years and is excited to continue working with the Linn County Extension Office. She plans to work in the field of education while furthering her degree to become a high school counselor. Kiera loves working with students and promoting learning and growth through 4-H. She has been involved in leadership training through NSLS (National Society for Leadership and Success), various roles in clubs and activities around campus, and has spent a summer studying in Paris. Kiera is excited to build relationships with everyone involved in Linn County 4-H and the Extension Office. Kiera can be reached at
Maddie Timmerman will be a senior at Iowa State University this fall majoring in Elementary Education with endorsements in Mathematics and Reading. Maddie has been involved in 4-H since the fourth grade, participating on the local, county, and state level for 12 years. Her involvement includes being an active member in 4-H, a Cedar County Youth Council member, 2015 Cedar County Fair Queen, Cloverwoods Camp Summer Staff, and now a Summer Intern with Linn County. In the past, Maddie has worked at summer camps as a ropes and climbing specialist and loves building community and collaboration through team work with youth. She is excited to bring her skills and diverse experiences to Linn County Extension for the summer and getting to know the people of Linn County. Maddie can be reached at
Kiera and Maddie will join the 4-H team in bringing research-based youth development programming to Linn County.

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