Stories about 4-H
Indiana 4-H Youth Development invites youth in grades 7-12 to participate in the 2021 Indiana 4-H Road Show, an 18-day event series of fun and learning for all.
The most challenging thing about working with cows is you never really know what’s going to happen, said 4-H member Madelyn Zimmerman.
From raising lambs to show in 4-H to racing IndyCars at the Indianapolis 500, Charlie Kimball’s journey has been a wild ride.
Over the past 12 months, the Indiana 4-H Foundation has awarded more than $40,000 in COVID-19 grants to 44 counties.
Leaders from Indiana and across the United States celebrated Earth Day.
My brother did not push either of his daughters toward a military career. Both girls are patriotic. They support and love our country equally. My sister and I, too, support and love our country, but neither chose the same path as our brother.
When it comes to a new breakthrough program that will offer local students the opportunity to earn free tuition through community service, it’s fitting that the first donation toward that program’s endowment came from young people.
Sydney Hefty of Auburn, Indiana, is the recipient of the 2021-2022 Soy Scholarship award, sponsored by BASF and the American Soybean Association.
I recently covered the Indiana 4-H Foundation’s annual meeting. Hearing others share their 4-H stories took me back. I closed my eyes and it was like I was 12. My heart was racing. I was so excited to pick out my projects for the year. “Maybe I’ll try cake decorating. I wonder if I could learn to sew? I’d love to write a poem.”
Farm Credit Illinois named 29 high school seniors as agriculture scholarship recipients and awarded 50 community improvement grants to FFA chapters and 4-H clubs in central and southern Illinois.