4-H members display new skills

July 13th, 2006    Author: Art Hunter    Filed Under: News

Nearly 500 area 4-H members descended on the Clermont County Fairgrounds to participate in general projects judging Saturday, July 8.

The 4-Hers, ranging in age from 5-19, typically spend months working on their projects, which are evaluated by adults with some expertise in the subject area.

The 4-H program is a youth development program that provides learning experiences and opportunities for youth which are designed to help them reach their full potential. One of the ways 4-H members gain experience is by completing the life skills projects.

Kate Gross, 4-H Youth Development extension educator, says that while every 4-H member is required to do at least one project, most do between 7-11 projects each year. But not all of those projects are judged.

4-H Patriots member Elizabeth Knueven, 9, explains proper dog care to 4-H general projects judge Gene Schill at the Clermont County Fairgrounds Saturday, July 8.
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