Bob and Nancy Peck
have served as 4-H Club Leaders, Project Leaders, Superintendents, Judges, Training Coordinators, and Instructors for both youth and leaders in a number of 4-H areas for 29 years.
Nancy has served on the County 4-H Scholarship Committee for 21 years, 18 of those years as Chair. She as worked as Assistant Superintendent and Superintendent of the 4-H Sewing Department and Kitchen Activities at the county fair for 29 years. She has done quilting with youth, along with Master Clothiers.
Bob helped bring the 4-H National Photography exhibits to the county fair, and has served as 4-H Photography Superintendent for 25 years. He is our resident artist, creating signage and posters for local and county 4-H activities.
Bob and Nancy have donated countless hours to Battle Ground 4-H Area IV, Halloween carnival and Harvest Days. They also donate numerous hours at the county fair, which means they have celebrated almost every wedding anniversary at the fair! They have been involved in planning the State 4-H Forum and Western Regional Forum. To be sure young people have the opportunity to participate at the state level, they take the responsibility of getting all the county qualifying still life entries to the State 4-H Fair. Nancy coordinates the county sign-up for kitchen activities at the State 4-H Fair.
Bob is a founding member of the Discovery Gallery in Battle Ground, and has directed the District art Show for almost 45 years. He is also a Kiwanian and works with the community activities and fundraisers. Bob and Nancy have taught community education classes and helped at the local food bank. When their three children were still home, they worked as a family helping create the Battle Ground community float that is entered in the annual Portland Rose Festival parade.
Bob and Nancy have been nominated twice as Citizen of the Year for the city of Battle Ground. In 2005 they received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Battle Ground Chamber of Commerce for all their community involvement over the years.