D6 4-H Council

District 6 4-H _4H_Icons_GroupedCouncil 2017-2018


Council Officers :

Allison Halfmann, President, Glasscock County

Hello, my name is Allison Halfmann. I am from Glasscock County and I live in a small town called Garden City. I am an active 4-H member who also enjoys sports and academic competitions. My dad is a farmer, which put me, my brother, and 2 sisters spending long hours together in the barn and fields. This made me grow closer to my family and they have greatly impacted who I am today.  I love spending time outside and hanging out with my friends. I am just your typical country girl who is passionate about 4-H and following her dreams. I am so excited to serve as the  D-6 President. I can’t wait to lead this amazing


Derek HalfmannDerek Halfmann, Vice President, Glasscock County

My name is Derek Halfmann from Glasscock County. I will be a senior this year, and have participated in 4-H for 9 years. During that time, I have participated in exhibiting swine, livestock judging, recordbooks, leadership labs and tours, and Texas 4-H Roundup. Outside of 4-H, I have participated in other organizations such as FFA, UIL, and football. Having been elected to several leadership positions this year, 1st Vice President on the D6 4-H Council, and 2nd Vice President for the Glasscock 4-H Club, I am excited to see what my future has in store, and I look forward to serving my peers on the county, district and state levels.


Brielle Gonzales, Delegate -at- Large, Presidio County

My name is Brielle Gonzales, and I am a 17-year-old junior at Marfa High School in Presidio County.  I have been a member of the Marfa 4-H program for 9 years.  I’ve served on my county council for six years.  I have participated in Share-the- Fun in the vocal category and competed at Texas 4-H Roundup.

In high school, I participate in several extracurricular activities, including volleyball, basketball, softball, track, band and Ag Mechanics.  This year I will continue playing various sports as a Lady Shorthorn, and am serving as one of the drum majors for my high school band.

I am very excited about the upcoming 4-H year as I will be serving as the D6 Delegate-at-Large officer on the District 6 4-H Council, which also allows me to represent our district program on the Texas 4-H Council.  I can’t wait to see what future opportunities will come up this year!

 


Kristian Robb, 2nd Vice President, Glasscock Count

Hello, My name is Kristian Robb and I am from Van Horn, TX.  I’m a member of Culberson 4-H.  I have been an active 4-H member for eight years.  I’ve been very involved in showing livestock including lambs, goats, swine, rabbits, and steers.  I am a Junior at Van Horn High School where I’m a football player with the Van Horn Eagles.

I have held several officer positions at the county level for the past five years.  I was the Shooting Sports Secretary, 4-H Club Secretary, and I now hold the position of 4-H Club President.  This will be my first year on District Council.  I was elected as the 2nd Vice President.  I am very excited for this opportunity, and to see what the future holds for our D6 Council.  I truly believe that we, as 4-Hers, are going to make a huge difference in our future and the future of others.


Bess Coggins, Secretary, Val Verde County

My name is Bess Coggins and I am from Val Verde County.  I have been participating in 4-H since I was eight years old. Both of my parents were active in 4-H so it was only natural for me to join and become very involved. I have participated in the horse project, foods and nutrition, public speaking, wool and mohair judging, recordbooks, and leadership labs. I’ve also served in leadership roles at the county, district and state level as a Texas 4-H Equine Ambassador. I have served in county 4-H officer positions for the past five years learning how to lead and work with others. I am very involved in my community; I have helped with Meals on Wheels, as well as helped beautify our town by picking up trash in our local parks. I’m very excited to see what this year as s District 6 officer has in store for me and hope to make the best better!


Reed Seidenberger, Public Relations, Glasscock County

Hello, my name is Reed Seidenberger from Glasscock County. I live on a cotton farm surrounded by animals that I have adopted over the years.  I am a sophomore at Garden City High School. I have participated in many organizations including student council, class officer, FFA president, UIL, football, tennis, and most importantly 4-H. I have been in 4-H for 8 years participating in many county, district, and state events including showing swine and livestock judging.  I have held many offices at the county level which have prepared me to be a leader. I am very proud and excited to be the D6 2017 and 2018 public relations officer.  I look forward to an amazing year meeting new friends and promoting 4-H.


Sloan Taylor, Parliamentarian, Val Verde County

 Hi my name is Sloan Taylor and I am a junior in high school.  I am 16 years old and live in Del Rio, Texas.  I have been a member of the Val Verde County 4-H club for 9 years.  During that time, I have participated in many different projects, served in various officer positions, and attended several state wide 4-H leadership events . . . all which have helped me develop a respect and appreciation for the 4-H Program.  I have grown up on a ranch where we raise Boer Goats and Quarter Horses.  I have always had a background in Agriculture but 4-H has helped me set goals for my future to pursue a degree in Agricultural Sciences.   I serve as a Texas 4-H Livestock Ambassador.  This program has allowed me to explore the Agriculture industry in many different areas.  From the Texas Capitol to almond orchards in California to elementary school tours, this has been one of my favorite 4-H programs!  When I am not busy with my 4-H activities, you will find me on a golf course or spending time with friends and family.


Brantly Hoover, Health & Safety Officer, Midland County

Hi, my name is Brantly Hoover. I am 16 years old (as of September 19, 2017) and I’ve been a member of Midland County 4-H for the past 8 years. I have been showing sheep and goats since I was 4 years old and I have owned my own herd of ewes. My mom was the extension agent in Midland County when I was little and through her taking me to all of the meetings, I began to love 4-H and all that goes with it. One of my most favorite memories is going to State 4-H Roundup when I was about 4. This year I am the 2017-2018 Midland County 4-H Community Club President.  I have always had the dream of becoming a District 6 4-H council member and later becoming a Texas 4-H green jacket. This year I achieved one of those goals by becoming the 2017-2018 D6 4-H Health and Safety Officer. I take part in many activities through 4-H including showing sheep and goats, shooting archery, and taking part in the Texas 4-H Livestock Ambassador and Agriculture Advocacy programs.  My favorite part of 4-H is the opportunity to meet and work with other 4-H’ers from across the nation.  Building lifelong friendships and making the world a little better place.


Houston Dobbins, Agent Adviser, CEA Val Verde County

Houston Dobbins has been the Val Verde County Extension Agent for Agriculture and Natural Resources for 3 years.  He graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Agribusiness and is working on his Masters in Animal Science at Sul Ross State University. Houston enjoys kayaking and ranching.  This is his first year as an agent advisor for the D6 4-H Council.


Kailey Roberts, Agent Adviser, CEA Crockett County

Kailey Roberts has been the Crockett County Extension Agent for Family and Consumer Sciences for 2 years.  She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and a Master of Arts degree in Counseling from the University of Texas at San Antonio.  Kailey has one cat named Lucy.  This is her first year as an agent advisor for the D6 4-H Council.


Charlene Belew, 4-H Specialist, District 6 Office

Charlene holds a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Agriculture from Texas Tech University and a Master of Agriculture in Animal Science from Sul Ross State University. She began her professional career with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension in 2001 as the County Extension Agent in Family & Consumer Sciences for Upton County and transferred to Glasscock County in 2003 where she served as the CEA-FCS until her appointment as a member of the Texas 4-H faculty.


Resources:

District VI 4-H Council Standing Rules

 

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