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Maine 4-H Attends National 4-H Conference

Maine 4-H Ambassadors attended the National 4-H Conference March 22nd-25th in Washington DC.  Youth selected to represent Maine 4-H learned civic engagement and leadership skills in training workshops with other delegates from across the nation.  Delegates were stimulated to think about local needs and issues in a way that promotes youth-adult partnerships.  4-Her’s also met with our state senators and legislators, and visited different government offices, during a day on Capitol Hill.

The Maine delegation at National 4-H Conference. Photo provided by Edwin Remsberg. Back Row (left to right): Adult advisor is Kristy Ouellette from Androscoggin/Sagadahoc Counties. Youth are Amberosity (Hancock County), Kate (Kennebec County). Front Row (left to right): Aryn (Cumberland County) and Ashlie (Franklin County)

The conference is administered by the National 4-H Council and the National Institute of Food and Agriculture.   Maine 4-H youth are supported by the University of Maine Cooperative Extension, the Pine Tree State 4-H Foundation and local county programs.  4-H is a community of six million young people across America learning leadership, citizenship, and life skills.


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