Kathy Noll, Clover 4-H Club Leader
Nancy Risler, 4-H Project Leader for Hilltop Climbers 4-H Club
Buffalo County 4-H is celebrating the powerful club and project leadership of two 4-H adult volunteers for 35 years of service to the organization. In 2020, Kathy Noll and Nancy Risler reached the milestone for over three decades of 4-H youth development volunteer support to young people in Buffalo County. Kathy Noll of Alma is the organizational leader of the Clover 4-H Club. Nancy Risler is currently the Foods & Nutrition 4-H Project Leader for the Hilltop Climbers 4-H Club in Mondovi, but was the first leader of Hilltop Climbers 4-H along with Wanda Evans over three decades ago. Both Kathy and Nancy have made impactful contributions to the 4-H community club program including guiding new 4-H members and leaders, developing policy as part of the Buffalo County 4-H Leaders Association, or teaching hands-on skills to youth at meetings or at the Buffalo County Fair. To recognize their longstanding efforts, Kathy Noll and Nancy Risler received a the Sapphire Clover Award certificate and pin. Please help us celebrate their dedication to Buffalo County 4-H – Thank you Kathy and Nancy!