Northwest Columbus resident Anne Clark Foltz was recently inducted into the Ohio 4-H Hall of Fame.

Northwest Columbus resident Anne Clark Foltz was recently inducted into the Ohio 4-H Hall of Fame.

The ceremony took place during the 4-H Volunteer Conference in Columbus.

Foltz has a distinguished record of service to 4-H at the local, state and national levels. As a high school student, her 4-H record led to a scholarship to attend Ohio State University. Foltz was then selected for the International 4-H Youth Exchange as a delegate to Ireland.

Locally, Foltz served as an extension home economics and 4-H agent in Delaware County. She was appointed to the Ohio 4-H Foundation, serving as vice president, president and chair of their executive committee.

In Virginia, she organized a new 4-H club, and was elected president of both the county and district 4-H Leaders Association.

Foltz received an award from the state of Virginia for her work in organizing a special 4-H Club for mentally challenged youth and those with physical disabilities.

Foltz is an active 4-H volunteer in Franklin County. Most recently, she raised funds for the new Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center. Foltz also helped build the center.