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Ohio Valley Chapter, INSSAR

4-H INSSAR Outstanding Citizenship Award
Nov 3, 2006
Vanderburgh County, Indiana

The Indiana Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (INSSAR)
announced Indiana’s first recipient of the INSSAR Outstanding Citizenship Award for 4-H Youth.

Compatriot John G. West of the Ohio Valley Chapter based in Evansville awarded 17-year-old Jerry Weber
with the specially designed SAR Lapel Pin for Outstanding Citizenship.The award was presented Nov. 3, 2006
at the 65th Vanderburgh County 4-H Achievement Banquet at Salem Church of Darmstadt, Indiana before an estimated crowd of 400.

INSSAR State 4-H Awards Chairman, John G. West, was accompanied by his wife Becky West.
Chairman West made the presentation wearing a Revolutionary War uniform, and his wife, was dressed in colonial attire.

The criteria for award selection is based on Citizenship, Leadership, and Community Service. West said
that Jerry Weber was active in many community service projects and the county 4-H Junior Leader Organization.
Young Weber is also Indiana’s first youth appointment to a county level Agriculture Extension Board.
Weber plans to attend Purdue University to study agriculture.

John G. West, Jerry Weber, Becky West

l-r--John G. West, proud grandfather Bill Brenner, Award Recipient Jerry Weber, Becky West