Nora Paulovich along with Mark and Pat Sayers are the newest inductees into the 4-H Hall of Fame.
Paulovich, from Manning, has been a 4-H leader and volunteer for more than 20 years.
“She has made positive impacts to the 4-H program both in the Peace region and across the province,” the Agriculture Ministry said in a news release.
She is the manager of the North Peace Applied Research Association which conducts numerous research and extension projects. Paulovich is also one of the province’s leading advocates for improving soil health.
The Sayers, from Lethbridge County, have been dedicated 4-H leaders and volunteers on countless clubs, councils, and committees for more than 25 years.
“No matter the task or responsibility, Pat and Mark have had a significant impact on the many people whose paths they crossed during their time with 4-H,” noted the news release.
The hall of fame recognizes exceptional leaders for their exemplary service, mentorship, and volunteerism. Candidates are nominated by their 4-H peers and are evaluated based on their demonstrated leadership qualities, community references and contributions to 4-H, agriculture and their local communities.