In this Issue:
  • Meet Jackson 4-H volunteer Terri Hardin
  • 4-H Volunteer Aiming For Success – Randy Adams
  • April Showers Us With Generosity
  • Happy National Volunteer Appreciation Week!
  • National Volunteer Week

    Meet Jackson 4-H volunteer Terri Hardin

    Expanding Horizons and Teaching Work Ethics  Jackson County 4-H volunteer club leader Terri Hardin wears many hats.  From working with youth at Golson Elementary School to working on her family ranch in Grand Ridge, Terri is one busy lady!  Somehow though she manages to find time to meet with the youth in the Country Bumpkins …

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    4-H Volunteer Aiming For Success – Randy Adams

    April is a month of many celebrations.  Included in April’s celebrations is National Volunteer Appreciation Week.  Our aim this month is to recognize some of the many dedicated 4-H volunteers that impact our youth in so many different ways. From robotics to agriculture, we have numerous outstanding volunteers that dedicate many hours and are rewarded …

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    April Showers Us With Generosity

    The month of April brings one of my favorite times of the year.  We have the Easter Bunny showering us with treats on Easter and the Earth dancing on its axis for Earth Day.  Pick any type of towering tree for Arbor Day and then there are a gazillion funny pranks and jokes to be …

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    Happy National Volunteer Appreciation Week!

    Sunday, April 10th, marks the beginning of National Volunteer Week.  A recent study found that volunteers are directly responsible for teaching as much as 50% of the life skills a youth learns through the 4-H program (Fogarty et al).  Volunteers are essential to the delivery of the 4-H program, and starting on Sunday, we want to share some of their …

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