Janice Hoover works with leaders of the future
Janice Hoover is humble about volunteering, and wanted it known, that it takes several people to make things happen.
Currently Hoover is one the leaders for the Delia 4H Beef Club and has been involved with the club for over 15 years. Although she doesn’t involve herself with the grooming and showmanship side, she takes care of the administrative side and public speaking events. Hoover said, “I am one the happy leaders.”
Hoover is on the volunteer celebrations committee for the 4H Alberta Centennial, which starts October 2016 to September 2017. She assists with promoting their calendars, 4H bale tarps and helping with the Centennial song.
Hoover is involved with the Drumheller and District 4H, acting as the Official Judge for public speaking. Hoover takes care of the judges, making sure they know the rules and are ready to go. Hoover is also involved at the Regional Presentations for public speaking.
Hoover is Chair of the Asset Development Coalition, planning the Bronze Duke of Edinburgh award ceremonies. She has volunteered with the coalition for about 5 years. Leaders and participants select and set objectives in volunteering, physical improvement, skills and expeditions.
“We find things don’t happen unless people make it happen. I believe in 4H and the Asset Development Coalition, working with youth and developing leaders of the future.” said Hoover.
Hoover is also on the Board of Directors at the Delia Library, assisting with events, budgets, and volunteers her time at the circulation desk each month.
Hoover expressed, “I just want to make a difference and I am just an ordinary person. We don’t work alone, we work with a great bunch of kids and adults.”
We find things don’t happen unless people make it happen...I just want to make a difference and I am just an ordinary person. We don’t work alone, we work with a great bunch of kids and adults.”
Janice Hoover keeps busy volunteering for Delia 4H Beef Club, 4H Cen- tennial, Drumheller & District 4H, Drumheller & Area Asset Development Coalition and the Delia Library.