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4-HHead, Heart, Hands, Health (pledged by members of 4-H Clubs)
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Palomarez joins a prestigious group of 4-H Distinguished Alumni Medallion recipients, including such 4-H alumni as Facebook "News Feed" inventor Andrew Bosworth, Food Network celebrity chef Anne Burrell, CNN host Nancy Grace, songwriter and musician Jennifer Nettles, and professor and best-selling author Temple Grandin, Ph.
In 2009-2010, almost 17,000 volunteers and 113,000 youth from urban, suburban, and rural communities participated in 4-H.
DF: 4-H has three mission mandates, healthy living, citizenship, and science, engineering and technology (SET).
Although it remains very much an agriculture-based organization, 4-H is about much more than just cows, plows and sows.
Sponsored by the Oregon State University/Lane County Extension Service, the youth fair also has natural science, plant science, engineering science, expressive arts and home economics exhibits presented by children from both the 4-H and Future Farmers of America clubs.
We got a chance to honor our living history and thank the people who came for making the Eastside Antelopes 4-H Club what it is today.
4-H is an international program provided through land-grant universities.
assistant director and state 4-H program leader of the University of Maryland Extension.
The program will enhance youth's out-of-school experience and will take place through 4-H Clubs and at day camps through November.
The children took their plants home and may enter them into a 4-H competition.
I became even more hooked when I saw how 4-H could help me to grow and learn in so many ways: 4-H helped define and shape my motivation into a real sense of personal responsibility.
The first local museum exhibit features award-winning annual projects of participants from the 31 4-H programs throughout Ventura County.