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Woodard honored as 4-H volunteer

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Owen "Woody" Woodard was recognized as the 2012 District 10 4-H Golden Clover Volunteer for Bandera County at the District 10 4-H Gold Star/Golden Clover Volunteer banquet. Mr. Woody, as he is known by his team members, is an 8-year volunteer with the Bandera County 4-H program. His passion and commitment to his team and the 4-H Shotgun program is unsurpassed. Retired from BP/Amoco as a machinist/maintenance labor union representative, Woody organized a team, secured sponsorship and grew the 4-H Shotgun project to its current size of 40 active members. His goal for young people is to safely learn the clay target games, participate in competitions and enjoy live bird hunting. Two of his senior 4-H team members were selected to the Texas 4-H Shooting Sports State team to compete on a national level. Pictured are Sarah Muehlstein, District 10 4-H Council Secretary; Woodard; and Kimberly Lanier, District 10 4-H Council State Delegate.