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4-H agriculture programs persevere during pandemic


August 30, 2020

MIDLAND, Mich. (AP) — Whether your kids are in the Future Farmers of America or 4-H, the skills they learn will follow them all throughout life and can be applied outside the farm.

Tammi Meyers, 4-H leader, Midland Fair Board member and auction president for livestock, said 4-H raises forward-thinking students.

"These kids, whether animals or crafts, sewing, canning, baking, shooting sports – there's so many avenues of 4-H – but the program instills a work ethic and a respect," she told the Midland Daily News. "Respect for your leaders, respect for your fellow 4-H members that follows...

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