The Countdown Continues!

In 2001, Kirk Astroth and George Haynes of Montana State University published research which found the following:


Compared to other youth, 4-H youth are more likely to:

  • Succeed in school, getting more A’s than other kids
  • Be involved as leaders in their school and community
  • Be looked up to as role models by other kids; and
  • Help others in the community.


But this is the real reason we volunteer with 4-H:


cloverbud camp 014











Join us on Monday, August 19, 2013 at 6:00 PM Central for the first session of Make a Difference Mondays, where you can learn how to make positive differences in the lives of youth just like this!

Contact your local extension office for more information or go to:




Posted: August 13, 2013

Category: 4-H & Youth
Tags: Make A Difference Mondays, Panhandle 4-H, Volunteer Training

Subscribe For More Great Content

IFAS Blogs Categories