Bucks County 4-H held its Achievement Award night Dec. 10 at Delaware Valley University.
The award ceremony is to recognize all member and volunteers that make a difference in 4-H.
Bucks County Pronking Pacas 4-H club from Harley Hill Farm in Quakertown had three members that received awards for their project animal alpaca.
Catherine Vincent received an Achievement Ladder Award – Green, which shows accomplishments a broad range of age-appropriate tasks, acquiring valuable leadership life skills as they progress in five different levels.
David Dutertre received a Jr. Cloverleaf Award for building leadership within his club. He also became a Bucks County Ambassador, one of only eight new ambassador roles this year.
Layla Cotter received a Farm Credit Award – Alpaca, for outstanding achievement in an animal project. She received multiple Achievement Ladder Awards – Green, White, Bronze, Silver, which shows accomplishments a broad range of age-appropriate tasks, acquiring valuable leadership life skills as they progress in five different levels.
Layla was asked to continue as a Bucks County 4-H Ambassador for a second year along with 10 prior ambassadors. She received a Personal Growth Award which recognizes youth that have demonstrated exceptional growth this year. Lastly, she was recognized as a teen leader for Pronking Pacas 4-H club.