Submitted by Samantha Cason, Secretary
WVU Extension Service- Calhoun County

The highest honor a 4-H member can hope to receive is to be selected as a 4-H All Star. The West Virginia 4-H All Stars is an honorary organization that began in 1919 and becoming an All Star is meant to be a life-long extension of one's 4-H career. The organization is composed of older 4-H members and local 4-H club leaders who are selected for membership based on their life's record of achievement and service.

On July 17, 2007, Caitlin Weaver was inducted into to the WV 4-H All Stars organization at Jackson's Mill Alpha II State 4-H Camp. Members of this organization are asked to always try to live up to the motto: Service. Caitlin does this in many ways. Caitlin attends the Mt. Zion United Methodist Church, Orma United Methodist Church, and Beech United Methodist Church and has participated in UM Youth. She has assisted with numerous fundraising activities for these churches such as yard sales, bake sales, talent contests, and dinners.

Caitlin also collects for UNICEF and does canned food drives for the local food pantry and mission. Caitlin has assisted the Mt. Zion Community Action with the annual Mt. Zion Ox Roast for 10 years. Caitlin also serves her local 4-H by teaching ceramic classes at 4-H camp. She has been a long time 4-H member and is presently attending Cottey College in Nevada, Missouri. Caitlin is the daughter of David and Sandy Weaver of Grantsville.