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New Volunteers Commit to 4-H!

Posted: March 23, 2012

Twenty-eight volunteers attended a New Leader Orientation meeting.
Joann Logan guides new leaders through the policies of the 4-H Program.

Joann Logan guides new leaders through the policies of the 4-H Program.

Twenty-eight volunteers attended the New 4-H Leader Training on March 20th. These folks are eager to help lead 4-H Youth in many of the project areas such as: dairy, cake decorating, archery, poultry and clover buds to name a few. Most stated that they were willing to be a 4-H Volunteer Leader 'because they got satisfaction from seeing kids learn and grow in knowledge through their 4-H project'. They will join the ranks of over 160 4-H Leaders volunteering in Westmoreland County.