4-H clubs are no longer sole domain of farm kids at county fairs

  • Article by: Mark Brunswick , Star Tribune
  • Updated: December 25, 2013 - 8:29 PM

African touches infuse the urban program at the Franklin Library.

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mankato58Dec. 26, 13 7:26 AM

Good morning Mark! Talk about reporting old news. It is good to see a good youth program get some positive ink, but where was this article decades ago?

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willmarresDec. 26, 13 8:00 AM

It's good to see 4-H is changing with the times and still making a difference. Those kids will grow up to be tomorrow's leaders. Go 4-H!

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walleyeturkeyDec. 26, 13 5:02 PM

I was one of those farm kids growing up in the 1960's and belonged to 4-H, raising & showing livestock at the fair. But, 4-H was more than plows and cows, it provided leadership training which I am still using. I am glad to see that the organization is evolving and continues to provide skills to young people to prepare them to become productive citizens.

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