Dick as New 4-H Youth Development Educator |


The Ohio State University Williams County Extension is pleased to announce that Jeff Dick has been selected as the Williams County 4-H Youth Development Educator. This full-time appointment takes effect on March 1.

Dick brings nearly 30 years of OSU extension experience, having previously served as an Extension Educator in Williams County for 17 years and most recently as a 4-H Community Club and Volunteer Field Specialist. He resides in Montpellier with his family and is an active member of the Williams County community.

Dick joins the current OSU Extension Williams County team, which includes office associate Karen Ford, agriculture and natural resources (ANR) educator Stephanie Karhoff, 4-H and ANR program assistant Jessica Runkel and SNAP-Ed program assistant Becky McGuire.

4-H is a non-formal educational youth development program offered to people ages 5 and kindergarten to 19. Ohio’s 4-H Youth Development reaches more than 240,000 youth each year, helping children “learn by doing” through hands-on activities. Activities. 4-H registration is currently open through April 1 for returning members and through April 15 for new members. Learn more about the Williams County 4-H program and how to join at Williams.osu.edu/join4h.

(Information courtesy of OSU Extension)


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