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Club members share impact of 4-H with state legislators


Rep. Carl Newton of Cherokee and Austin Rankin, Woods County 4-H member

When driving in downtown Oklahoma City, one of the buildings dotting the landscape is the Capitol Building. While most people simply drive by, a group of Oklahoma 4-H'ers recently spent the day there while learning about how the state's government works.

More than 130 club members from 57 counties took part in the 21st Annual 4-H Day the Capitol where they not only learned about government, but also shared with legislators the positive impact the Oklahoma 4-H Youth Development Program has had on them and their communities. This year's theme was "4-H ... Making Oklahoma Communities Better."...

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