The American Youth Foundation “I Dare You” awards are presented to members showing leadership and achievement in the Cuming County 4-H Program.

Lauren Jacobsen strives to do her best in everything she does. She is involved in Student Council at Wisner-Pilger high school, is a junior leader and participates in a variety of sport activities. In her 4-H club, she always comes ready to lead. She always has a positive attitude and is very attentive at all club activities. She is always ready to volunteer and input ideas. She also represented Cuming County and Nebraska 4-H at National Club Congress in 2014. She is a member of Peppy Pepper’s 4-H Club and is the daughter of Tim and Tracy Jacobsen.

Payton Schiller has developed many leadership skills in her 4-H club and community. Not only is she talented academically, she has been a well-rounded 4-H member who has demonstrated strong leadership abilities. She has demonstrated leadership by representing youth as a junior member on the 4-H Council, participating on county judging teams, held several offices in her club and has a passion for working with animals. She will also be representing Cuming County and Nebraska 4-H at National Club Congress later this month. She is a member of Kornhusker Kids 4-H Club and is the daughter of Chris and Michelle Schiller.

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