4-H’er of the Month – Dallas Tackel

Dallas Tackel is a first-year 4-H’er in the Bugging Out 4-H Club. He is always willing to help his club leaders in whatever they are doing both during and outside of 4-H meetings. From setting up the meeting room to helping get things together for upcoming meetings, he is always willing and excited to pitch in. Despite being new to 4-H, Dallas has already participated in several events. Last month, he displayed his artwork at the Northeast Florida Fair and did an awesome job – including placing 1st place in the egg decorating contest. He also helped his club create their 1st place display for the pallet decorating contest.

Great job, Dallas, and thank you for being an outstanding 4-H member!

What is a 4-H’er of the month and how do I nominate someone?

A 4-H’er of the month is any Nassau County 4-H member that you believe deserves recognition for exemplifying what it means to be in 4-H. They stand out at your club meetings or other events as someone you can rely on to be helpful, kind, and prepared. Maybe they stay late to help clean up or go out of their way to include others. Maybe they do extra project work between meetings to achieve mastery of a subject. We have a lot of great youth here in Nassau County who deserve this award and sometimes the hardest part is having adults or other youth to nominate them. Youth can be nominated by club leaders, other members, parents, community leaders, or even themselves. If you would like to nominate someone, send a short paragraph describing why they deserve this recognition to Mrs. Kristen (krpoppell@ufl.edu). Please attach a photo of your nominee participating in a 4-H event. We love to recognize our outstanding youth, so help us do so by sending in your nominations today!


For more information about Nassau County 4-H, call 904-530-6353 or check us out on Facebook!



Posted: November 21, 2017

Category: 4-H & Youth, Clubs & Volunteers

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