Baldwin County 4-H Volunteer
Inducted May 14, 2009
Carolyn Moseley has been a friend of 4-H since 2002 when she became a 4-H volunteer at the school where she was teaching. She was a club volunteer for Project Jubilee Gifted Program and the After-School Child Care Program at two different schools, Daphne Intermediate and Daphne East, until her retirement in 2006.
Moseley has also served as a Junior Master Gardener leader, a county 4-H advisory committee member, a judge, and a workshop presenter. Her talents have been shared at the Alabama 4-H Volunteer Leaders Forum and the Southern Region 4-H Volunteer Leaders Forum.
She has remained an active 4-H volunteer since her retirement. Her commitment to youth and 4-H’ers is deeply rooted. “The earliest I remember participating in a 4-H event was when I was in the third grade. I made an apron on my grandmother’s treadle sewing machine,” states Moseley.
Moseley has a wealth of knowledge in many areas from education and art to service and achievement. Her benevolent spirit naturally leads her to incorporate the essential elements of 4-H into everything she does to help the youth of today.
Nominated by Cynthia Knowlton