Alabama 4-H Wall of Fame

Addie Green

Pike County 4-H Volunteer

Inducted November 13, 2008

Addie Green has served as a 4-H volunteer leader in Pike County for nearly 15 years. In this capacity, “Miss Addie” has worked with and positively affected the lives of thousands of 4-H members.

Green has served in many roles: local club volunteer, county 4-H council leader, judge, fund-raiser, fair exhibit constructor, civic group speaker, state 4-H Volunteer Leaders Association board member, record keeper, transporter, Advisory Council member, 4-H Camp volunteer, and, parent. As circulation manager at the Troy Public Library, Green enjoys sharing 4-H information with her clientele as well as with others with whom she comes in contact.

She has not only served in all of these roles, she has excelled in them. In each of these positions, she has made a positive difference in the lives of the youth with whom she has worked.

Her contributions to the 4-H program have been seen in her positive influence, and she continuously finds new and better ways to share the 4-H story. Miss Addie’s work with all 4-H’ers, as well as her sons, is proof that she values the 4-H program and the positive difference it makes in youth and their families.

Green is also active in the Alabama 4-H Volunteer Leaders Association, and serving on the state board has added to her knowledge of 4-H and allowing her to share her 4-H experience with new adult volunteers across Alabama.

Nominated by Tammy Powell