Hall recognized as Adair County inductee into Iowa 4-H Hall of Fame
GREENFIELD — Deb Hall was honored at the 2013 Adair County Fair as Adair County’s inductee into the Iowa 4-H Hall of Fame.
Hall began her career as a member of the Blaine Shamrocks (girls’ club) and the Blaine Elks (boys’ club) in Ida County. Her involvement has spanned a lifetime as a member, 4-H parent, employee, mentor, personal friend and co-worker. Her career includes working in Cass and Adams County Extension offices, serving ISU Extension as agriculture associate, southwest Iowa area youth field specialist, state youth development specialist and state youth 4-H development specialist and curriculum director at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. She began her work as Adair County Extension education director in 1993 and continued through her retirement in 2012.
Hall worked with livestock exhibitors at county fairs, both the Nebraska and Iowa State Fair and Ak-Sar-Ben. She helped develop the total quality management program, which is a national program for animal care and partnered with her husband Rich to develop the Speak Out for Agriculture (SOFA) program, which has introduced youths to careers in agriculture for the past 19 years.
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