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4-H clubs and local leaders active in community recreation

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      • Caption title.A radio talk by L. R. Harrill, State Club Leader, Raleigh, North Carolina, delivered in the National 4-H club radio program August 4, 1934 and broadcast by a network of 58 associate NBC radio stations.Network: NBC; Date: August 4, 1934.

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        Publishersnodata
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        LC Classifications1934
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        Paginationxvi, 77 p. :
        Number of Pages77
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        ISBN 10nodata
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4-H involves youth in community-based clubs, school enrichment programs and both group and individual projects to develop the individual's four "H's" - Head, Heart, Hands and Health.

Clubs

Organize a community dog wash. Please contact your local 4-H office. Participate in program planning, development, and implementation; help recruit new members and leaders. All Frederick County 4-H members, except Clovers or first year members, are required to complete a 4-H Record Book to be eligible to participate in any 4-H activities the following year.

Share and talk about some projects the group might like. In support of this mission we:• Contact your local 4-H Educator.

Care for a neighbor's pet. Start a neighborhood watch program. 4-H has guides available for presidents, vice-presidents, secretaries, treasurers, news reporters and recreation leaders. Where do you go to school? This section is optional for a Bronze Project Medal. Assist an after-school little league or other sports program for younger children.

Use a lunch box instead of throwaway bags. No events available at this time. How many leaders should a 4-H club have? The Organizational Leader provides support, guidance, leadership and direction to 4-H members and leaders of various groups that are located in a common area, town or county.

Describe the projects you reported on.