Wolf wins San Antonio Livestock Exposition Rural Youth Award

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Stefanie Wolf of Byers was awarded the San Antonio Livestock Exposition Rural Youth Award during 4-H State Roundup in Lubbock.

Stefanie Wolf, a senior at Henrietta High School, received the San Antonio Livestock Exposition Rural Youth Award during the Texas State 4-H Roundup at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, June 11-15.

The award was a $1,000.00 Scholarship to be used for her studies upon graduation from high school.

Established 56 years ago, the award honors youth leaders across the State of Texas. The award provides recognition for 4-H and FFA members who have shown outstanding leadership in their organization and community.

Stefanie has been a member of 4-H for nine years.  She has been very active in project work, community service and leadership activities.  Her main project work has been in foods and nutrition where she won first place at the state level in 2011.

Stefanie has received the Bronze, Silver and Gold Star Awards; which are the highest awards that can be received for outstanding 4-H work on the county level.

She has been actively involved on the state level this year, serving on Texas 4-H Council and as first vice president for District 3 4-H Council.  The organization has provided leadership training’s for other members of the organization and has also had an instrumental part of planning and participating in Texas 4-H Roundup.

Stefanie will continue with her duties and complete her year of State Council activities at Texas 4-H Congress to be held in July in Austin. Stefanie is the daughter of Steve and Katie Wolf of Byers.

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