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Adult and junior leadership board members recognized
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MONROE - A large turnout of Green County 4-H members, volunteers, family and friends were in attendance for the 2009 Green County 4-H Awards and Recognition Banquet Sunday, Oct. 25, at the Monroe Middle School. Green County 4-H Officer Recognition/Installation• Members of the 2008-2009 Green County 4-H Adult Leaders Executive Board were: Pam Burke, York 4-H, president; Roxanne Klossner, New Glarus 4-H, vice president; Roger Vogel, Hiawatha 4-H, secretary; Stacy Eberle, Clarno 4-H, treasurer; Curt Richardson, Clarno 4-H, and Krista Bethke, Clarno 4-H, members at large.• Members of the 2008-2009 Green County 4-H Junior Leaders Executive Board were: Carissa Brooks, Clarno, president; John Klossner, New Glarus, vice president; Christina Richardson, Clarno, secretary; Laura Lee Berrey, BBB, treasurer; Kevin Becker, Clarno, and Crystal Novak, BBB, members at large; and Teena Fey, Browntown Busy Beavers 4-H and Todd Long, Decatur 4-H, adult advisors.• Members of the 2009-2010 Green County 4-H Adult Leaders Executive Board include: Roxanne Klossner, New Glarus 4-H, president; Curt Richardson, Clarno 4-H, vice president; Alicia Gordee, Browntown Busy Beavers 4-H, secretary; Stacy Eberle, Clarno 4-H, treasurer; Krista Bethke, Clarno 4-H, Gina Butson, Dougherty Creek 4-H, members at large.• Members of the 2009-2010 Green County 4-H Junior Leaders Executive Board are: Carissa Brooks, Clarno, president; John Klossner, New Glarus, vice president; Rebecca Stauffacher, Hiawatha 4-H, secretary; Maria Eberle, Clarno 4-H, treasurer; Malissabeth Friedly, Firefly 4-H, members at large; and Teena Fey, Browntown Busy Beavers 4-H and Todd Long, Decatur 4-H, adult advisors.