Courtesy of Dallas County 4H:
Inmans Inducted in to 4-H Hall of Fame – Participants say ’best thing’ for family
[ADEL, Iowa] — Chuck and Lorinda Inman of Adel were inducted into the Iowa 4-H Hall of Fame during the 2014 ceremony at the Iowa State Fair on Sunday, August 17. (2014)
The Inmans were honored because of their outstanding service and dedication to Dallas County 4-H. Both Chuck and Lorinda have been involved with 4-H since they were club members in the 1960s, where they first met.
They have continued the 4-H family tradition by encouraging their three children, Coralie, Bradley and Katharine to take pride and excel within the program.
“Chuck and Lorinda Inman truly make a difference to the youth in 4-H,” said Dallas County Youth Coordinator, Aleta Cochran. “They continue to volunteer and are committed to ‘making the best better’ for 4-H youth.”
The husband and wife duo have a long resume of involvement with Iowa State Extension and Outreach of Dallas County and its 4-H youth program. Lorinda has served on the extension council and continues to be involved with the Dallas County 4-H Foundation and extension youth committee. Chuck also serves on committee and is the club leader of Adams Arrows.
Together, Chuck and Linda have volunteered at Food Safety Quality Assurance (FSQA) trainings, dog obedience classes, town festivals, parades, livestock auctions and have sponsored trophies for the county fair. The Inmans promote the values of Dallas County 4-H and continue to make it a better program for future generations of 4-H’ers