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Take a moment and think about your house sisters. Which one comes to mind when you think about service to the house, the University, her profession, and her community? Please consider nominating her for the Distinguished Alumni Award. The guidelines and application are posted below. This year’s application is due to the Alumni Board by May 1, 2019. Applications can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to 4-H House 805 W. Ohio, Urbana, IL 61801 Attn: Anne Hathaway
4-H HOUSE DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI AWARD
Since 2009, the 4-H House Alumni Association has presented
the 4-H House Distinguished Alumni Award to one of our outstanding alumni to
recognize contributions she has made to her community, her profession, her
sorority and/or her university. Winners
of this award are an example and a source of pride for all members of the 4-H
The 2018 4-H House
Distinguished Alumni Award winner is Meg Webster Cline.
Meg Cline graduated from the University of Illinois in 1996
with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Consumer Economics from the College of
Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences (ACES). She received her
Masters in Business Administration from the University in 2009. Meg is also a Certified Financial Planner and
has been awarded a Chartered Financial Analyst Charter.
Meg lived at 4-H House for 4 years and served as Secretary,
Assistant Secretary and J-Board Chair. As
an alumnus, she served on the 4-H House Alumni Association Board from
2010-2013, was President 2011-2013 [ … ]
Congratulations to the following girls on receiving scholarships
Patricia Ann Borelli – Audrey Hoene
Nedra Wesson – Emily Bloemer
Jennifer and Jackie Esworthy Memorial Scholarship – Kelsey Litchfield
Debbie Steck Steele – Kelsey Litchfield
Mom T Service Award – Audrey Hoene
Mom T Scholarship – Faith Wendte & Danielle Cooney
Also congratulations go out to these girls on GPA achievements!
Most Improved GPA
Sophomore – Taylor Hardy +1.07
Junior- Kaylee Salm +1.08
Senior – Nicole Nelson +.61
GPA’s above Panhel Average
Hey! I’m Krista Temple, a freshman majoring in Agricultural Communications. I grew up on a family farm near Fulton, IL. I was involved in 4-H for 10 years and many other extra curricular activities in high school. Coming to the University of Illinois and living at 4-H House were the dreams of my 4-year-old self coming true. I have eight relatives that have lived at the house and now it’s finally my turn!
I had a fantastic first semester at the University of Illinois and here at 4-H House! I had opportunities to research many topics that were interesting and relevant to me. One of these research projects was working with a professor on GMO news articles in Ghana, which was very interesting.
I also started a blog at kdtemple.wordpress.com, which has been a great experience!
I love living at 4-H House and the wonderful friends it has provided me with. Having upperclassman [ … ]
Hello my name is Nicole Chance and I am a freshman majoring in agricultural communications at the University of Illinois. I grew up on a two-thousand acre grain farm and farrow-to-finish hog operation in Lebanon, Indiana. As an out of state student, coming to U of I was a completely different change. I knew absolutely no one coming here and for me it was an intimidating but exciting feeling. Living at 4-H house has given me a family that I never would have dreamed of. I am so proud to be apart of a sisterhood of girls that are always there for each other and support one another on a day-to-day basis.
Along with living in the house, I also had the opportunity to intern at the North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE) held in Louisville, Kentucky, this past fall. I worked with a team of four girls and we wrote [ … ]
My name is Renee Tillman and I am a freshman studying speech and hearing science. I grew up in Altamont, IL. Something unique about my 4-H House experience is that I have the pleasure of living in the house with my older sister, Rachel. But even more unique is the fact that I am not in the College of ACES, I am in AHS, or applied health sciences.
Last semester I had two classes with girls from the house who are also in the College of AHS. It was really nice to sit in a lecture of 600 students and know at least one friendly face. This semester I am blessed to be in a class with five other 4-H girls. Since I am the only 4-H House girl In many of my classes, I have the opportunity to share what the house is like and meet a lot of new [ … ]
Hi! My name is Emily Bloemer, and I am a freshman majoring in Agri-Accounting. I am from the lovely town of Heyworth, Illinois. In my free time, I love to spend time with my family, friends, and the outdoors. From the moment I interviewed to be part of 4-H House, I fell in love with the environment that this cooperative lifestyle encourages. I had girls that were willing to show me the tips and tricks of surviving freshman year, and the house truly became and still is a home away from home. While not participating in 4-H House events, I am actively involved with ACES Council as a freshmen ambassador, ACE Club, and Accounting Club. I was also elected as this year’s 4-H House Treasurer. One of the proudest moments so far in my college experience was becoming a JBT scholar. [ … ]