Manning woman named to 4-H Hall of Fame

By Curtis Galbraith
December 5, 2018 - 1:31pm

A Manning woman will be going into the Alberta 4-H Hall of Fame.
 
Nora Paulovich has been a 4-H volunteer for over 20 years.
 
A release from the province says she has had an impact on programs in the Peace and around Alberta.
 
Paulovich is one of three people in the Hall's 2018 class.
 
She is joined by Mark and Pat Sayers from Lethbridge County.
 
The province's Agriculture and Forestry ministry provided the following biographies for the three.
 
Nora Paulovich, from Manning, has been a tireless 4-H leader and volunteer for more than 20 years. Nora combines her passion for the positive development of members with the 4-H motto of Learn to Do by Doing. She is an excellent organizer, 4-H mentor, and able to assist other clubs and leaders when dealing with challenging situations. She has made positive impacts on the 4-H program both in the Peace region and across the province.
 
Mark and Pat Sayers, from Lethbridge County, have been dedicated 4-H leaders and volunteers on countless clubs, councils, and committees for 25 years. No matter the task or responsibility, Pat and Mark have had a significant impact on the many people whose paths they crossed during their time with 4-H.
 

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