About 500 4-H youth, volunteers, parents and 4-H staff from across the state put civic engagement in action at 4-H Day at the Capitol on Tuesday, January 24, 2017. 4-H groups interacted with their legislators sharing their 4-H stories and 4-H impacts.
Delegate Robinson shared her experience meeting 4-Hers in her newsletter.
“On Tuesday, 4-H members Madeline and Paris, along with Cooperative Extension 4-H Liaison, Bethany Eigel, visited the Capitol. 4-H is an organization that promotes youth involvement in STEAM, agriculture, healthy living and citizenship. I was in 4-H for 10 years and still remember my pledge to head, heart, hands and health.”
Thank you Delegate Robinson for helping 4-Hers learn about civic engagement!