After a long day, whether coming home from school, an extracurricular activity, work or a 4-H club meeting, the first thing on your mind may be filling your growling stomach. Michigan 4-H’er Maeve Alflen will be the first to admit that there has never been a shortage of filling, nutritious food at her house.
When she was named the 2013 Michigan Homemaker of the Year, Kristin Leach could not believe it.
Instead of hitting the stores on Black Friday as many of their peers did, 20 Michigan 4-H’ers packed their bags and headed south on Nov. 29 for the 2013 National 4-H Congress.
4-H teens will experience state government from the inside at the annual 4-H Capitol Experience.
Mark your calendar for the annual 4-H Day at the Breslin Center with the Lady Spartans!
Don’t let the cold weather keep you from attending the 2014 Winterfest!
Start your new year off right at the 4-H Rabbit and Cavy Show.
That’s a wrap! The Michigan 4-H Volunteer Forum was held Sept. 9 at MSU.
The Kettunen Center hosted 4-H Family Fun Discovery Weekend Oct. 5-6 for families interested in seeing what 4-H has to offer.
When 10-year-old Mattea Antrup spent 20 weeks “hanging out” because of an accident that left her in a hip cast, she became very familiar with the Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital. It turned out that her hip wasn’t the only thing the 4-H’er was going to make better.