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.
2012 New Mexico 4-H Hall of Fame Inductees
: The 2012 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, are, left to right, Geraldine "Gerry" Copeland of Bernalillo County, Barbara Arko of Colfax County, Don Umbrage of Bernalillo County, Tina and Chet Robinson of McKinley County who received the honor for the late Dempse and Virginia Anderson, and Connie Moyers and Patrick Kircher of Roosevelt County who received the honor for the late Willie Glen "Bill" and Edna Vinzant.