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In light of the ongoing world pandemic, the Clark County Extension Council has elected to forgo planning for their annual Farm/City Night for 2021. One of the opportunities that we will miss in the cancellation of that event is publicly recognizing those individuals receiving Leader’s Honor Roll. Leader’s Honor Roll is as state-wide University of Missouri recognition is presented to community leaders and supporters for their efforts, advocacy, service, or support of MU Extension in their communities. This year’s honorees are both community members who have provided leadership and guidance for the citizens of Clark County through the difficult year we have had.
Evelena Sutterfield serves as the Administrator for the Clark County Health Department. Through that role, Evelina has been a partner of Extension for many years. University of Missouri is proud to honor Evelena Sutterfield for her leadership around the health and wellness of the citizens of Clark County, especially in to face of COVID-19. Evelina has worked with the Health Department Board, the Clark County School District and the Clark County Commission providing guidance and support for practices and seeking resources to address community health concerns.
Ardith Harmon serves as a school nurse for the Clark County School District. In her personal time, Ardith is also a dedicated 4-H Assistant Club Leader, Project Leader and serves on the Executive Committee for the Clark County 4-H Council. As a professional, Ardith has played a large role in supporting the health of the youth of Clark County and through her roles in the 4-H program through the University of Missouri she has made significant contributions in support of the development many youth in Clark County.
“Throughout the state, MU Extension partners with dedicated volunteers and community leaders who play a vital role in advancing our mission and serving the needs of the people of Missouri,” says Katie Hogan, County Engagement Specialist. “The Honor Roll award is one way we can recognize their service and remind ourselves of the important contributions they make.”
Selection for the Honor Roll is based on community leadership efforts that support MU Extension’s efforts to enhance economic viability, build strong individuals, families and communities, and create and sustain healthy environments. Each fall, county engagement specialists work with their county faculty and staff to identify two outstanding leaders, or couples, to represent their county.