HENRY — Marshall-Putnam 4-H announced its 4-H Ambassadors on July 19 during the 4-H Show. This year’s ambassadors are Molly Boyd, Cassie Johnson and Athena Lindstrom.
Boyd is a member of PC Progressors. She is the daughter of Helen Lenkaitis of Hennepin and attends Putnam County High School. She is also a member of Ag SPIN and Soo 4-H Sewing clubs. Over the years, she has participated in several projects including clothing, dairy cattle, foods, intercultural, interior design and several more. As an ambassador, she would like to encourage more youth to join 4-H.
Johnson is a member of PC Progressors. She is the daughter of Brandon and Becky Johnson of Magnolia, and attends Putnam County High School. She is a member of 4-H Federation, Ag SPIN, Sooo 4-H Sewing and Dog SPIN clubs. During her 4-H career she has participated in clothing, crops, dogs, electricity foods, horticulture, poultry and visual arts to name a few. As an ambassador, she would like to be a part of state committees to help organize 4-H events on a state level.
Lindstrom is a member of Saratoga Leadaways. She is the daughter of Aaron Lindstrom of Henry and she attends Henry-Senachwine High School. She is an active member of Federation, Sooo 4-H Sewing, M-P Robotics, Shooting Sports and Tech Wizards. She has enjoyed learning about Robotics, 3-D printing, foods, shooting sports, welding, clothing and visual arts. She is excited to spread the word of 4-H and be on state committees to further support 4-H as an ambassador.