Washington State 4-H Youth Development Program

County Staff Spotlights

Snohomish County

Marilyn Segle

WSU Extension 4-H Youth Development Program

Marilyn SegleHow long you’ve been at the county office?
Seven years as staff and 23 years as a volunteer

Where did you grow up?
Oregon and Idaho

Favorite activities/interests:
Horseback riding on the mountain trails

Were you in 4-H as a youth? 
I did the sheep project along with a home and personal safety project in Idaho. 

What did you like most?
The youth in our group were great mentors and helped me as a younger member.

How did your time in 4-H help you over the years?
4-H taught me a great deal about responsibility to myself and my animals.

What do you enjoy about working in 4-H? 
The interaction with youth and other leaders.  Sharing of common interest with adults.  Working on projects, sharing the successes and working out the not so successful.

How have you seen 4-H help youth as they develop and grow? 
I have watched young, shy members grow and development into positive young adults who will make their mark in society.

Marilyn Segle
Volunteer Coordinator
WSU-Snohomish County Extension 4-H

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