Hall of Fame
The New Mexico 4-H Hall of Fame was established in conjunction with 4-H's National Centennial celebration in 2002. Hall of Fame members were selected for their impact on the lives of 4-H members through their roles as 4-H club or project leaders, fair superintendents, Advisory Board members, 4-H Foundation trustees, and former staff and faculty members of the Cooperative Extension Service. A plaque honoring the inductees is displayed in the lobby of Gerald Thomas Hall at New Mexico State University.
2013 New Mexico 4-H Hall of Fame Inductees
The 2013 inductees into the New Mexico 4-H Hall of Fame appearing with Rick Richardson, Interim Department Head of NMSU's Extension 4-H Youth Development program, left to right.
Back Row: Rick Richardson, Jim Fox who received the honor for his late daughter, Jimmie Dee Fox, DeBaca County; John Allen, who received the honor for his late Uncle, Elmer Allen, Hidalgo County; Timothy Johnson, Sandoval County.
Second Row: Alma "Skeeter" Schmitz, Rio Arriba County; Janie Hardin, Roosevelt County; Fran Welch, Roosevelt County; Debbie Manzanares, Rio Arriba County; Charla Johnson; Sandoval County.
Front Row: Martha Sayles, Dona Ana County; Berniece Coriz, Rio Arriba County.
Friend and Honorary Nomination
Home Economics Lettermen