100 Years of 4-H

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100 Years of 4-H

This week is National 4-H Week and nine Sheridan County 4-H Clubs were out early Saturday morning in downtown Sheridan looking to decorate downtown business windows, all in support of 4-H. University of Wyoming Extension 4-H Educator Jerrica Lind was right there with them.

Plus, Sheridan County was the first county in Wyoming to have 4-H. Lind tells us the chief benefit of being in 4-H.

So it was the battalion of the green and white, the colors of 4-H and the clover leafs with the 4 “h's,” asking for support of 4-H from downtown businesses by letting the kids decorate their windows. Four “h's,” just what does that mean? Elliot Boley tells us...with a little bit of help from his mom.

For further information about 4-H contact Lind at the County Extension Office at5 674-2980.

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