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National 4-H Heritage Club

National 4-H Heritage Club

 


The National 4-H Heritage Tree

On June 30, 2009, the National 4-H Heritage Tree, a red oak, was planted at the National 4-H Youth Conference Center in Chevy Chase, Maryland. A symbol of strength, change and hope for the 4-H movement, the tree is an enduring tribute to individuals who have designated a gift in support of 4-H's future. These individuals have confidence that 4-H will serve the educational needs of youth, their families and communities for many generations.

"He who plants a tree, plants a hope."
--Lewis Duncombe



The Clover Legacy

Newsletter of the National 4-H Heritage Club

     


Visit the National 4-H Heritage Club section on the 4-H.org website/

More information on the 4-H Heritage Club may be found on the 4-H.org website.


National 4-H Heritage Club Members

Individuals and couples who have designated their planned gift intents by September 30, 2010:

Planned Giving 4-H Pioneers

  • Edward W. Aiton*
  • Jeannette S. DeMure*
  • Edward R. Tinker Charitable Trust
  • Agnes M. Hansen*
  • Tena B. Klein*
  • Frieda R. Schroder*
  • Luke Schruben*
  • Florence Van Norden*
  • W. Sherard Wilson*

Charter Members

Benefactors who made planned gifts by September 30, 2009.
  • John A. Allen, Jr.
  • Richard R. Angus
  • David E. and Frances K. “Sue” Benedetti
  • Erna Bamford Breton
  • Marcius and Elna Butterfield
  • Anonymous
  • Susanne G. Fisher*
  • Don and Carolyn Floyd
  • Gail and Edwin M. Gershon
  • Gardiner and Violet Graham*
  • Anita Hollmer Hodson and Family
  • Jim (James C.) Kemp
  • Dan A. Klingenberg
  • Mrs. J.O. (Gladys) Knapp
  • Larry L. Krug
  • Sandra Link Lignell
  • Mary Kaye Merwin
  • Melanie Miller
  • Dr. Robert H. Miller and Mrs. Vivian E. Miller
  • Beverly and Mason Miller*
  • Wayne Nierman and Linda Gould Nierman
  • Kenneth and F. Ethel Pickett*
  • Elaine R. Pitts
  • Dalton R. and Ruby H. Proctor
  • Elizabeth N.* and William R. Sheldon
  • Jennifer L. Sirangelo
  • Jennifer R. Snelson-Wells and Robert M. Wells
  • John C. and Nancy C. Sterling
  • Jo Ann Tilley
  • Eleanor L. Wilson
  • Mary Lee and Douglas A.* Wood

Heritage Members

Benefactors who made planned gifts after October 1, 2009.
  • Michael and Sharon Anderson
  • Ellen P. Elliott
  • Jeff and Jacque McCullough
  • Duane R. Nelson*
  • Delores J. Pourchot*
  • Francis and Sibyl Pressly
  • Justus W. Seaman*
  • Russell W. Smith*
  • Lowell H. and Verna May K.* Watts
  • Kathryn and Scott Whitaker
  • Mrs. Neva N. Wing*
  • Betty Y. Wise*
* Deceased







Compiled by National 4-H History Preservation Team.


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