For more than five decades, elementary students in Missouri classrooms have flocked around 4-H specialists to learn the science of embryology. This year 1,500 dozen eggs were distributed statewide.
4-H'ers from all across the state tested their horse judging skills Saturday, March 15.
Although it once brought to mind thoughts of cow, sows, plows and pillow-making, 4-H today is just as likely to involve studying maps, apps, robotics and aeronautics.
Once a member and leader, Kay Daggs Eggleston remains an active volunteer and supporter of the county 4-H club her father helped organize. Her twin granddaughters are the fourth generation in her family to participate in 4-H activities in Scotland County.
Seniors at Troy Buchanan High School will smile big this summer and fall for their classmate Kirsten Shramek, owner of Kirsten Layne’s Photography.
Jared Day of Pilot Grove was elected president of Missouri 4-H. His election was announced at the conclusion of the recent annual State 4-H Congress.
Orion Samuelson attributed his rise to the pinnacle of broadcasting to his eight-year membership in the Kickapoo Rustlers 4-H Club.
A $50,000 endowment will provide perpetual support for 4-H youths from 10 Missouri counties to attain higher education.
MU Extension is reaching out to military youth—before, during and after their parents are deployed—to create a support community network in their own backyard.