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Published November 28, 2016
Big Horn County 4-H educator Gretchen Gasvoda received the Achievement in Service Award from the National Association of Extension 4-H Agents (NAE4-HA) in October at its annual conference in New Orleans.
The award recognizes professional attitude and accomplishments; commitment to 4-H and professional improvement; involvement in the Wyoming Association of Extension 4-H Agents (WAE4-HA); and outstanding work in the field of positive youth development.
Gasvoda began her career with University of Wyoming Extension as an educator in the Cent$ible Nutrition Program before making the transition to 4-H in 2011.
“Children and teaching have always been my passion,” Gasvoda says.
She has adopted four children, been a foster parent to 12 and taught preschool. Gasvoda is an active member of WAE4-HA and served as treasurer from 2014-15.
The NAE4-HA is a professional association for 4-H youth development professionals. The association has more than 3,700 members.