Madison Nickels is a sophomore at Enid High School and a seven-year member of 4-H. She was recognized March 8, 2021 at the Northwest District Junior Livestock Show as a recipient of the Enid News and Eagle Award as a top student. "Her project areas include Fabrics and Fashion, Food Science, Health and Community Service.
She is a Level 1 state project winner in Fabrics and Fashions and a Level 2 state project winner in Advanced Family and Consumer Sciences.
Nickels currently serves on the State 4-H Council as a west district state representative, is a state 4-H Ambassador, a state 4-H Healthy Living Ambassador, Garfield County Recreation Leader and her club president.
In 2020, she was inducted into the Oklahoma 4-H Key Club.
With her fabric project, Nickels organized a service project sewing cool-ties and making paracord survival bracelets for military troops and has sent 400 cool-ties and 245 survival bracelets for care packages. She also has worked on the Healthy Living team creating newsletters and tips to help families stay healthy and active while remaining safe.
Nickels is a member of the Enid High tennis team and in the concert choir. Her parents are James and Jessica Nickels, of Enid, and she has one sister, Bailey.”
Content from the article in the Enid News and Eagle, Sunday, March 7, 2021