This October, David Sugalski, better known as The Polish Ambassador (TPA), held a concert in Kalamazoo. His events, however, are not the typical music venues that concertgoers would think of.
In an effort to highlight the many different volunteer opportunities 4-H has to offer, the 4-H Volunteer Profile series will highlight a few of the many wonderful people who give their time to Michigan 4-H.
Kyle Stack, a 14-year-old Michigan 4-H member from Newaygo, loves raising and showing goats. When he decided that he wanted to share his love of goats with other 4-H’ers, he found a creative way to do it.
The 2014 State 4-H Horse Show was held Aug. 15-17 at the MSU Pavilion south barn.
Michigan State University student and MSU Archery Club vice president Nathan Ketchum recently earned the title of National Champion in Collegiate Men’s Bow Hunting. Ketchum is also a 14-year member of Clinton County 4-H—he started out as a Cloverbud at 5 years old.
Grand Rapids’ ArtPrize is not your typical art competition. For about three weeks, 3 square miles of downtown Grand Rapids becomes the backdrop for artists of all kinds to creatively express themselves. Any park, building or open space within the ArtPrize boundaries is eligible to be a venue, and any artist over the age of 18 can participate.
4-H Evening in the Garden returned to the 4-H Children’s Garden on Aug. 20.
The 2014 State 4-H Miniature Horse Show took place Aug. 3 at the MSU Pavilion south barn.
4-H Mentoring weekend is a 3-day workshop for mentors and mentees to learn together, develop their bonds and have a little fun.