Thursday, October 25, 2007

4-H and United Way of Randolph County, It's What Matters!

Did you know that Randolph County 4-H is supported financially by the United Way of Randolph County? We have been fortunate to receive funding for nearly eight years. As a United Way agency, 4-H is reaching thousands of youth with this award winning educational program designed to assist youth develop skills they will use for life.

Youth enrolled in 4-H learn communication, record-keeping, decision making and leadership skills. In addition they have a strong commitment to giving back to their local community through community service. 4-H members are youth 5 - 19 years of age.

4-H'ers meet in their homes, churches, afterschool and in community centers. Once each month, club meetings are held and youth study projects they have a strong interest in! From photography and aerospace to small animals and computers, 4-H can assist youth in building their skill and ability in a variety of topics.

Thanks to the generosity of the Randolph County community, and for their support of United Way in Randolph County, 4-H is reaching out and touching the lives of young people in ways that will be meaningful for a lifetime!

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