4-H Network News, a youth-run online news service based in Jefferson County Washington, interviews Randy Owen about his experiences in 4-H.
EMI Music partnered with National 4-H Council to create this first-of-its kind music compilation of hits from country’s biggest stars who all got their start in 4-H. It includes Grammy-winning songwriter Hillary Lindsey’s “The Clown,” exclusively recorded for the album, and a song by Sugarland’s Jennifer Nettles, who performed at the 2007 NAE4-HA Conference in Atlanta, Ga.
4-H has influenced many people's lives and helped them find brighter futures. Faith Hill, Reba McIntyre, Johnny Carson, Al Gore... these are just a few of the names you will find when looking for 4-H Alumni.
Ask Katie Stam about her passion for community service, and she'll tell you it all started with 4-H.
Hillary Lindsey is one of Nashville's most esteemed songwriters. Hillary's time in Georgia's 4-H Clovers & Co. helped develop her performing arts skills and talents.
What do Reba McEntire, Faith Hill, Dolly Parton and Vince Gill have in common (other than being country music superstars)? They were all members of 4-H!
The LSU AgCenter and the LSU College of Agriculture