CORVALLIS - Five new trustees have been elected to the board of the Oregon 4-H Foundation and three others have been re-elected to three-year terms, according to Ed Zollner of Eugene, the foundation president.
The foundation's goal is to raise funds in support of the 4-H youth education program of the Oregon State University Extension Service. The foundation also operates the Oregon 4-H Center near Salem.
New trustees elected at the annual meeting are Susan Doverspike, Burns area rancher; David Anderson, Eugene, vice president and district service manager for US Bank; Ellwood Miller, Portland, retired juvenile services official; Carolyn Krebs, Rogue River, representing 4-H youth; and Dwight Cummins, Salem, vice president of Western Bank.
Re-elected to the board of trustees were Clayton Fox, an Imbler farmer and rancher; Mickey Hatley, Salem, Farm Credit Services; and Donna Jensen, Wilsonville, an agricultural producer and developer.