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Hall of Fame

The 4-H Hall of Fame was created in the year 2002, to celebrate the 4-H Centennial and honor many dedicated people who helped shape 4-H history in Washington State.

To kick it off, induction of the first 100 members took place during the Centennial Birthday Gala at the State 4-H Forum in Ocean Shores on October 18, 2001. This tradition continues today, and we hope to induct many more commendable 4-H volunteers and staff into the Washington State 4-H Hall of Fame.

Anyone who has made a significant contribution to the development of 4-H or 4-H’ers in Washington State is eligible to be nominated. See the application form for more detail. Nominations are due June 1. 

2017 Inductees


2017 Hall of Fame Inductees were:

Vicki Contini – Franklin County
Kim Lobb – Snohomish County
Maxine Neiman – Cowlitz County
Clarice Reilly – Spokane County

Kim Lobb – Snohomish County

Vicki Contini – Franklin County

Maxine Neiman – Cowlitz County

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