October Heart of 4-H Volunteer Award — JJ & Amy Frink

JJ and Amy Frink
JJ and Amy Frink

Lancaster County 4-H is proud to announce JJ and Amy Frink of Lincoln as co-winners of the October “Heart of 4-H Award” in recognition of outstanding volunteer service.

They have volunteered with Lancaster County 4-H for nearly five years. They help co-lead the Rusty Spurs 4-H horse club and previously helped with the Boots N Hooves 4-H horse club as parent volunteers. At the Lancaster County Super Fair, they are superintendents of the 4-H Roping/Working Ranch show and help set up for many other horse shows.

“We like being 4-H volunteers because we get to watch the kids grow and learn with their horse projects year by year,” Amy said. “Our favorite experience as 4-H volunteers is seeing the kids faces when they win a class.”

4-H staff member Kate Pulec said, “This year at the Super Fair, JJ and Amy helped at the 4-H horse shows whenever and wherever there was a need. They helped set up and tear down the jumping show and miniature horse show. For years, they have supplied the goats for goat tying and do not charge 4-H.”

Lancaster County 4-H thanks JJ and Amy for donating their time and talents. People like them are indeed the heart of 4-H!