Several representatives from the Washington County 4H were present at the County Board on Tuesday, Oct. 12, to discuss what they learned as part of their membership.
The students talked about their projects and what they liked about their clubs. 4-H Program Coordinator Amanda Fox Clark said there are six clubs and six special project groups in the county. She added that typical membership varies between 150 and 200 children each year.
The 4-H members also brought a basket of appreciation to show their gratitude to the board for their support.
Those interested in joining 4H can visit here.
Pictured: Lily Emge discusses the reasons she enjoys 4H during the Washington County Board meeting on Tuesday.