Wakulla County 4-H members have started a podcast. For the first few episodes, members have interviewed adults who were 4-H members in their youth. Special thanks to community partner Doug Apple of Wave 94. Wave 94 has aired the podcast episodes in a weekly rotation throughout the month of December. If you missed the first two episodes on the radio, you can listen to them using the links below.
Episode One: Carrie Boyd
In episode one, 4-H members Gentry Turner and Caden Gruebel interview former trial lawyer turned real estate professional Carrie Boyd.
Carrie Boyd is an entrepreneur and lawyer who has worn many hats including elected official, business owner, lawyer, writer, and lobbyist, yet she is most proud of being “Mom” to Andrew (age 12) and Anabel (age 8) and wife to her college sweetheart, Ryan. Carrie grew up on a farm with thousands of acres and has an enduring love of the land and animals. Carrie’s love of the land and serving people shows in her dedication to the real estate company, LiveGive850, she and her husband founded during the pandemic in 2020; all of the company’s net profits are donated to local nonprofits in the 850 region. Carrie credits any of the values she holds dear such as serving others, improving relationships, and lifelong learning to her time in 4-H and having been raised in a farm family environment.
Episode Two: Sheriff Jared Miller
Sheriff Jared F. Miller is a fifth-generation native of Wakulla County. Sheriff Miller was elected Sheriff in November 2016 and took office in Januaryof 2017. Prior to his election, he served the Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office for over 20 years. In the second episode of the Wakulla 4-H County podcast, Sheriff Miller shared the special memories he made growing up as a 4-H member and talked about the leadership lessons he learned
along the way.
In each episode, you will hear the voices of different 4-H youth including Lauretta Compton, Floor DeGraff, Jenniffer Masters, Gentry Turner, and Caden Gruebel. The 4-H Podcast is a project planned and produced by 4-H club members. The project is open to 4-H members ages 8 to 18. Four more episodes will be planned and recorded in spring 2023. For more information or to be involved with a future episode, contact 4-H agent Rachel Pienta at firstname.lastname@example.org.