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Oklahoma 4-H President Brandi Moore Named One of Two Oklahoma 4-H Hall of Fame Award Winners at 4-H Roundup

Fri, 27 Jul 2018 04:00:08 CDT

Oklahoma 4-H President Brandi Moore Named One of Two Oklahoma 4-H Hall of Fame Award Winners at 4-H Roundup Over a thousand 4-H members, volunteer leaders, parents and other supporters of the orgranization have been in Stillwater on the campus of Oklahoma State University this week for the 2018 Oklahoma 4-H Roundup. The young people involved have been involved in workshops and other hands on activities- and ninety of them were on the receiving end of a hundred thousand dollars worth of scholarships that were given out during the Awards Program held Thursday evening.

Ahead of that evening celebration, Radio Oklahoma Ag Network Farm Director Ron Hays talked with the outgoing President of the Oklahoma 4-H, Brandi Moore of Pittsburg County. She and Ron talked about her 4-H career, what participating in Roundup means to 4-H members that attend the annual conference and what her future has in store as she finishes her 4-H career. She will pass the gavel of the Presidency on Friday morning.

You can hear their conversations by clicking on the LISTEN BAR at the bottom of this story.

While she started as the local club song leader in 2010, Brandi has developed her leadership skills to be a servant leader in the Oklahoma 4-H program. She was a member of the Southeast District Action Team, State 4-H Ambassador and has served three years on the State 4-H Leadership Council, first as a SED Representative, State Secretary, and the 2017-2018 State 4-H President.
Brandi is the daughter of Billy and Sheryl Moore. She is a 2017 graduate of Haileyville High School and has completed her freshman year at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah where she is the founding member of the NSU Collegiate 4-H Club which has 28 members in its first year.

After Hays talked with Brandi Moore, she heard her name called out Thursday evening as one of the two 4-Hers in the state to receive the highest award an Oklahoma 4-H member can receive from the organization- induction into the Oklahoma 4-H Hall of Fame. Joining Moore as a class of 2018 Hall of Fame winner is Weatherford High School Senior Reagan Stephens.



   
   

Ron Hays talks with Oklahoma 4-H President Brandi Moore about her her 9 year 4-H Career
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