May 16, 2012 marked a historical moment for the Pennsylvania 4-H State Council and PA Collegiate 4-H. For the first time since the council's/club's formation the officers were invited to participate in the USDA Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack's visit to the Penn State, University Park campus.
Over the past 8 years, the Pennsylvania 4-H State Council has had the opportunity to meet many influential people. The officers meet with faculty, administration, staff and even deans. They often meet one-on-one with their state legislators and promote the 4-H program and high profile events. Lately though, the officers have had some rock star status opportunities, like the one on April 30, 2012.
The teen VIP 4-H club in Montgomery County Pennsylvania has been serving the community for the last three years. Their primary goal is to educate their peers about the origins of community service and how youth can play a crucial role in changing the world.
In celebration of Earth Day 2012, over 300 students from Steelton Elementary School participated in an activity led by the middle school team of 4-H Youth and Families of Promise students and facilitator Rick Sayles.
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