Alabama 4-H Wall of Fame

Barbara Crapps

RSVP of Barbour County Executive Director

Inducted December 7, 2010

For more than 30 years, the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) of Barbour County has supported the county 4-H program with both resource volunteers and trained chaperones. Executive Director Barbara Crapps has been extremely helpful and always ready to assist in any Extension program.

RSVP of Barbour County volunteers serve as judges for projects, and as chaperons for out-of-town programs and 4-H camp. They have staffed workshops on “Dress for Success” and “Welcome to the Real World.” They provide expertise on manners, job interviews, and work skills.

More than 60 adults have volunteered for various Extension programs and events.

Mrs. Crapps has served as co-chair of “America’s Promise in Barbour County;” president of House of Ruth, a domestic violence center; president of Alabama Leaders in Volunteer Efforts (ALIVE); and has served on the state commission for National and Community Services. She is a certified volunteer administrator and has received certificates of recognition for her service for Alabama governors and Presidents Reagan and Clinton.

Nominated by Ruth Hunter