Royal wins 4-H award

Gena Royal, Clallam County 4-H program coordinator with Washington State University Extension, was honored with the Achievement in Service Award presented by Clyde Jackson, president of the National Association of Extension 4-H Agents. Royal was among more than 1,340 youth development professionals from across the nation to participate in the association’s 61st annual conference in October in Atlanta, Ga.

Each year NAE4-HA recognizes members for outstanding accomplishments in achievement, leadership and communication. The Achievement in Service Award is presented to a NAE4-HA member with at least three but not more than seven years of service to Extension youth programming. The Achievement in Service Award is based on work with professional associations and Extension committees, professional improvement, professional accomplishments, personal interests and community contributions.

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