The YEAH Program needs YOUTH!!! If you are interested in making a difference in the community, working with other bright and motivated youth, learning about service through a variety of projects, and gaining leadership leadership experience, consider joining the YEAH Youth Council. The youth council is Youth Led, Youth involvement and Youth FUN!


Each month,  the YEAH youth council gets to participate and listen to and learn from an agriculture presenter from the community such as representatives from Purina, Reister Farms, BiZi Farms and many others. If you have questions about the YEAH Youth Council, e-mail:  yeah@yeahofclarkcounty.org

Donations of money, meat, or canned goods to YEAH help feed hungry individuals and families in Clark County. YEAH is asking YOU to become a part of our  AMAZING team! Contact us TODAY to see how you can get involved. If you are looking to sponsor an event or donate, click here to go to the donation page.

How YOU Can Get Involved

The Phil Reister
Youth Efforts Against Hunger
Youth of the Year 2020


Kylie Ballard

YEAH Youth Council


Members


Clay Roberts

Labe Roberts

Hope Roberts

Faith Roberts

Kiley Ballard

Grace Jackson

Gavin Besteman

Emily Camping

Kate Bias

Ella Konency

Aqouia Coss

Hallye Byford

Taylre Byford

Trent Roth

Braden Roth

Kia Cook-Luna


Elaina Tavison

 Shiane Thompson.

YEAH Youth Council

Kylie is a 17 year old senior at La Center High School. She has been involved in livestock 4-h since she was 9 years old. In addition to 4-h, Kylie has spent her extra time in choir, playing soccer and basketball and keeping her gpa up to participate in the National Honor Society. She has even tried steer wrestling! Kylie has helped with breeding and raising show pigs on our family farm. She has shown pigs, sheep and steers at the Clark County Fair and jackpot shows around the Northwest. Kylie has been involved in the YEAH program for many years, she has raised pigs and donated her sheep for the food bank. Kylie has donated her time at food drives and at the food bank and also some of her profits from selling her animals at auction. The YEAH program has helped many youth in our area see how to help those less fortunate using the skills they have gained through raising livestock. 

Winter Animals

YEAH FORMS

If you know of someone who would like to participate and raise an animal or two for their neighbors at the Clark County Food Bank, please have them contact us! We also have Youth that would love to share about YEAH at your next meeting or gathering. YEAH is a win-win organization alleviating hunger issues NOW while building community service minded leaders for the FUTURE!

Youth, 4-H and FFA members, youth groups, parents and other individuals can volunteer with YEAH through a variety of activities.  YEAH volunteers can organize food drives, work with the YEAH committee to raise animals that can be donated to the Clark County Food Bank, organize fundraisers, and much more.  YEAH is always looking for more youth who want to make a difference within the community and adult volunteers who want to join an active committee working to alleviate hunger within Clark County. 

Youth interested in raising animals to support the Clark County Food Bank, can contact YEAH to provide guidance and assistance.  YEAH has had youth raising animals throughout the year.  Youth do not have to have any prior experience raising the animal in order to participate in the project, just a willingness to learn and have fun!  If you are interested in participating in the YEAH Winter Animal Program, please e-mail yeah@yeahofclarkcounty.org.

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Questions? Feel free to contact us!

Jonah Cady


Hunter Babcock,


Willow Babcock,


Kaitlyn Hann


 Aiyana Hann


Jedidiah Mitchell


Evelyn Mitchell


Nathan Mitchell


Zachary Coder


Maddy Coder


 Megan Coder


Lanelle Clark


Julia Clark


Sharon Clark


Sam Glackler


Joey Griffith


Logan Griffith


Tristan Tavison