|The mission of the
BROWN COUNTY 4-H PROGRAM
is to provide opportunities for personal growth
and to encourage the positive development
of youth, their families, and their communities.
Celebrate the Wisconsin 4-H Centennial at the Brown County Fair
Help us spread the word to anyone, past or present, who is in 4-H—in any part of the state—to join us at the 2014 Brown County Fair for a celebration of the 100th year of Wisconsin 4-H. Our celebration will be held on Sunday, August 17th from 11-5, with a variety of activities:
|11:00am ||Centennial Celebration Kickoff |
|11:30am ||4-H Music/Drama Presentation |
|12:00noon ||4-H Fashion Show |
|12:30pm ||4-H Cloverbud Graduation |
|1:00pm ||Dress the Animal Contest |
|1:30pm ||History Starts Now - Youth Day of Action |
|2:00pm ||Tours Led by 4-H Members |
|2:30pm ||Gather for Human Clover Arial Photo - World Record Attempt |
|3:00pm ||Herdsmanship and Billboard Awards Presentation |
|3:30pm ||4-H Reunion and Celebration |
Wear your 4-H shirt and bring any memorabilia you have—and celebrate 100 years of 4-H, Growing Wisconsin Leaders!
Youth involved in the 4-H program will tell you it's fun. Their parents will tell you that through participation in club, project, and other educational activities, their children not only have fun in 4-H, but learn practical, technical, and life skills. With more than 6.5 million youth involved, 4-H is the largest informal educational program for children in the world.
Developing leadership, character, and good citizenship in America's youth through a learning by doing approach is what makes 4-H so successful and so much fun for the children that are involved. Boys and girls in grades kindergarten through one year after high school graduation can be a 4-H member. Whether you live in the city, a suburb, in the country, or on a farm, 4-H offers a wide range of educational projects and activities. In fact, the possibilities are MORE THAN YOU IMAGINED!
To learn more about the Brown County 4-H Youth Development program, we invite you to explore our web site or contact any of us for more information.
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