4-H has something for everyone; youth grades K-12 join 4-H to learn about science, engineering, technology, community service, nutrition, exercise and more. In 4-H clubs, camps, in-school and afterschool programs, youth learn leadership, citizenship and life skills while they participate in experiences that prepare them to be successful adults.
Today 4-H touches the lives of more than seven million youth across America in urban, suburban and rural communities. To learn about joining 4-H call Purdue Extension Warrick County at 897-6100 or visit us on-line at http://www.ces.purdue.edu/warrick/ before May 1.
Checking in with a long overdue farm update
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