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Tulare County Cooperative Extension and the 4-H Program Welcome Rochelle Mederos,
Tulare County 4-H Program Representative!
Rochelle Mederos is the new Tulare County 4-H Youth Development Program Representative. Rochelle spent her first week working with Leah and attending 4-H Camp!
Rochelle grew up in Fresno County working on the family vineyard and trucking operation. Upon graduating from San Joaquin Memorial High School, she attended Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo and majored in Agribusiness Finance and Appraisal with a Water Science minor. The following year, she decided to return to Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo to obtain her teaching credential and Master of Science degree in Agriculture.
Rochelle has spent the past fifteen years as a teacher in Fresno, Kings, and Tulare counties. Her husband, Mike, is a native of Tulare. They have been married for twelve years and have two children, Michaela (11years) and Tanner (8 years). Michaela has been an active Oakdale 4-H member, earning both her bronze and silver stars, the past two years.
Rochelle is looking forward to making a positive difference in the lives of 4-H members and working with the many volunteers that make the 4-H program possible.
Please help us to welcome Rochelle to the Cooperative Extension and make her feel like part of the 4-H family!
If you would like to support the 4-H Youth Development Program, click here for more information.
2014-2015 4-H ENROLLMENT:
Please go to the following link to view enrollment procedures for 2014-2015.
Adult Recognition for County Awards
Don't forget to recognize those in your club, community and county who make the Tulare County 4-H Program a success! Applications due to the Cooperative Extension Office by Monday, July 21.
2014 Exeter 4-H Archery Fall Classic
Saturday, October 18
Buena Vista Elementary
2014 Archery Fall Classic Booklet