Posted on June 11, 2012 at 3:23 PM by Global Reach
The 4-H Program in Worth County has a rich history with its roots as deep as four generations. Over the years, young people have learned, experienced and benefited from all 4-H has to offer. Worth County records began in 1924 with around 200 4-H members who gathered as clubs, such as beef, poultry, dairy, calf, colt, swine, and girls clubs. Through experiencing grooming and breeding to making hats, 4-H’ers of the 1920’s grew into leaders in the communities of the county. By the end of the decade, the 4-H Program doubled to more than 400 members.
Visit the Worth County 4-H website.
To make a donation to theWorth County Endowment through the Iowa 4-H Foundation, click this button. Then select Worth County in the far right column (My 4-H County) and complete the gift information.
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