4-H is the youth development program of the Washington State University and is a nationwide organization serving young people who are who are learning citizenship, leadership and life skills. 4-H is built upon the principles of developing belonging, mastery, generosity and independence. Youth, ages 9-19, participate in Washington through community clubs, after-school/school enrichment programs, and day/overnight camps. Programs and curriculum emphasize service, learning, healthy living, and science. 4-H programs are administered and coordinated by WSU educators in Garfield County.
More information on Garfield County 4-H programs:
Questions? Call Sharre Ledgerwood at (509) 843-3701.
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