Delaware 4-H’s Martell wins Air Force Aim High Award

November 30, 2010 under CANR News, Cooperative Extension

“I know it can be tough to be a member of a military family; my husband is retired military. I understand the importance of community support for military families,” says Rhonda Martell, military liaison for Delaware 4-H.

It’s that attitude — plus plenty of hard work, creativity and long, irregular hours — that has earned Rhonda Martell the 4-H/Air Force Aim High Award.

This award is presented annually to a 4-H youth development professional who has excelled at creating programs for Air Force, Air Guard and Air Reserve families. Martell received her award from National 4-H and Air Force’s Family Member Programs at recent ceremonies in Arizona.

Martell has been responsible for Delaware 4-H’s Military Programs since 2000. Previously, she oversaw 4-H’s substance abuse prevention programs in Kent County.

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