The First National Bank of Altus, by recommendation of Board Chairman Hatton McMahan and Bank President Philip McMahan, will sponsor the banquet by paying the meal expense for members, special guests, the facility rent and custodian fees.
About 200 people are expected to attend the program, which will highlight the 2005-2006 4-H year in Jackson County. The 4-H members, leaders and supporters will be recognized for their achievements and contributions in the 4-H program.
Council President Kimberly Cusher of Altus 4-H will serve as master of ceremonies.
The theme of the banquet will be -H Projects & Much More.” 4-H members will decorate the WOSC Student Center for the event.
The top outstanding members from each club will be recognized. All members who completed a participation form will receive an award according to their strong project areas. 4-H Key Club members will also be recognized. The naming of the County Hall of Fame award winners sponsored by the National Bank of Commerce will climax the program.
Vicki Nance and Dana Butchee of the Navajo 4-H club will serve as the banquet committee chairs. All local groups are urged to be represented at set-up on Friday, Aug. 11, at 5:30 p.m. in the WOSC Student Center.