October 2004

October 1st

Epsilon Sigma Phi, national Extension professional organization, at its national meeting in Moline, Illinois, recognized outstanding work by Oregon State University faculty members. Clara Pratt, chair of the OSU Department of Human Development and Family Sciences, was recognized as one of three national Friends of Extension for her work in support of Extension educational efforts. Nellie Oehler, Lane County Extension faculty, received the regional Distinguished Service award. Deborah Maddy was the recipient of the regional administrative leadership award, while Leonard Calvert, Eugene, Extension communication specialist emeritus, received the regional continuing service award.
The Oregon State University Extension Service 4-H Youth Development program celebrated its 100th year of service to the state’s young people by inducting 100 outstanding 4-H supporters and leaders into the newly created Oregon 4-H Hall of Fame.