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                The Washington County 4-H Youth Development Program is always looking for community collaborators and outreach opportunities to increase 4-H awareness and understanding through educational programming within the county and state.  We strive to assist other organizations in reaching their educational and youth development goals by utilizing 4-H Curriculum and activities to educate youth and adults.  With the help of our 4-H Clubs and Leaders, along with our trained UME Volunteers, the 4-H Team works to organize engaging, experiential activities for youth to be presented at a variety of outreach events in the community. 

4-H Outreach Programs are drawn from a National 4-H Curriculum or other nationally known research based curriculum.  Most 4-H Curriculum and activities are geared for youth of 4-H age, 8-18 years old, but most activities can be modified to reach a younger audience.  Please contact a member of the 4-H Team to learn more about the Outreach Program offerings on the back side or to request a 4-H Outreach Program presentation for your organization, club, church or event.  We are here to Make the Best Better!

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