Clover Colts 4-H Club gives back to JC-FFF.

The Clover Colts 4-H Club came to help fill bags this week.  What a fun crew!

Here is a little fun history about 4-H.  The organization was initially called the “Cornell Cooperative Extension” and was created by A.B. Graham, a school principal in Ohio. In 1902, the organization was renamed the “4-H Club” after the four H’s in its motto: “head, heart, hands, and health.” These four H’s represent the holistic approach to youth development that the organization emphasizes.

Over the years, 4-H has expanded its programming to include a wide range of topics, including science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), civic engagement, leadership, and healthy living. Today, 4-H is active in every state in the US and in over 80 countries around the world, reaching millions of youth each year.

The organization continues to be a leader in youth development, providing opportunities for young people to learn new skills, develop leadership abilities, and contribute to their communities.

We love our 4-H volunteers!  Thanks Clover Colts!




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