Teena Munsell, Kounty Klover Kids
Class Year: 2015-16
I enjoy working with our 4-H families and other 4-H volunteers. Many have become good friends. It is also rewarding to help 4-H members learn about making decisions, working together, learning new skills and having fun at the same time. I like being part of their accomplishments, listening to their ideas and concerns and watching their personal growth through 4-H programs.
Livingston County’s Teena Munsell has led her 4-H group, the Kounty Klover Kids 4-H Club to success by advancing knowledge of agriculture practice and productivity, developing youth for the future and advancing youth service and leadership. Teena takes responsibility for making sure that the club offers opportunities for the members to pursue their interests. Teena helps teens develop valuable skills by encouraging the teen leaders to assist club volunteers and join county 4-H committees. Her club teamed up with the Livingston Conservation District and created Project RAT (Replace the Ash Trees). Teena has demonstrated the importance of 4-H by providing experiences that have allowed the members of Kounty Klover Kids to make good decisions, become conscientious citizens and to develop an appreciation of their agricultural heritage.