During the 2012 4-H Day at the Capitol, the State 4-H Citizenship Board provided a Living History exhibit and an opportunity for visitors to express their feelings about the 200th birthday.
“Hands to larger service” is an integral part of the 4-H experience. The State 4-H Citizenship Board will be focused on community service-learning and civic engagement. The primary objectives of the board are:
The Citizenship Board members for 2012-2013 are as follows:
- Exploring citizenship on local, state and national levels.
- Developing leadership abilities and character building.
- Building a sense of civic engagement
|Ivan Lee Langston
The sponsors for the Citizenship Board are as follows:
Board members stay busy throughout the year with many events. Click here to read the latest news and see photos from camp.