By Chasity Turner
Each year Florida 4-H members from across the state gather in Tallahassee for 4-H Day at the Capitol. On January 30, more than 1,000 4-H youth and adult leaders will attend to learn about the legislative process, interact with law and policymakers, and share the impacts of the Florida 4-H Youth Development Program.
As a capstone to the day, the Florida 4-H Foundation and legislative host committee welcome alumni and supporters to the 4-H Day at the Capitol Legislative Alumni & Friends Reception at 5:00pm at the Governors Club in Tallahassee. UF/IFAS Dean for Extension Nick Place will share the vision for 4-H in Florida, and guests will have the opportunity to meet and hear from youth state council officers.
This year’s legislative host committee includes:
- Representative Chuck Clemons
- Representative Chuck Brannan
- Representative Cyndi Stevenson
- Representative Jennifer Sullivan
- Representative Josie Tomkow
- Representative Jennifer Webb
For more information and to register for this special reception, visit: tinyurl.com/4Hdatc2020.
Special thanks to reception sponsor Lewis, Longman & Walker. If you are interested in supporting 4-H through this event or another opportunity, please contact Caylin Hilton at firstname.lastname@example.org or 352.392.5432.
Florida 4-H is the land-grant youth development program providing hands-on educational programs and experiences for youth ages 5 to 18 through a diverse portfolio of project areas. In Florida, 4-H is administered by University of Florida/IFAS Extension and Florida A&M University.
Follow @florida4h on social media to stay up to date on program happenings.