Eleven seniors awarded Woodbury County 4-H Educational Incentive awards

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Eleven high school seniors were awarded Educational Incentives from the Woodbury County 4-H Foundation this year to help further their education.
Through 4-H, youth develop life skills, become caring citizens through active community service, and grow to be strong leaders and excellent communicators. This is demonstrated through an essay and letter of support provided for each applicant.
The 2020 award recipients include Elizabeth Gardner (Lawton-Bronson), Drew Godfredson (Sergeant Bluff-Luton), Emma Christensen (Sergeant Bluff-Luton), Mitchell Godfredson (Sergeant Bluff-Luton), Preston Tooley (Sergeant Bluff-Luton), Riley Doenhoefer (Siouxland Christian), Alexis Strachen (Woodbury Central), Autumn Weaver (Woodbury Central), Gracia Widman (Woodbury Central), Ryan Putze (Woodbury Central) and Sarah Nelson (Woodbury Central). These individuals have been active 4-H members for more than four years, including their junior and senior years of high school and have demonstrated excellent leadership and a commitment to community.
The Woodbury County 4-H Foundation was formed to support a strong and vital 4-H program in Woodbury County. 

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