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Wadena County 4-H celebrates National 4-H Week Oct. 2-8

Find out what this club has to offer by reaching out to a club member.

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Wadena County 4-H members took part in an R.D. Offutt potato dig near Wadena in September 2022.
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WADENA — U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has proclaimed October 2-8, 2022, as National 4-H Week and Wadena County 4-Hers are ready to celebrate.
4-H engages, enables and empowers more than 6 million young people every day, and this year’s annual 4-H Week is celebrating access and equity for all young people with a theme of #Opportunity4All. NIFA is celebrating all week long with a variety of events and social media campaigns.

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The first annual Cake Decorating contest at the Wadena County Fair included winners Stephanie Kovar, Lily Parker and Kayla Meeks.
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In Wadena County, 4-H members and their families participate in monthly club meetings, attend shooting sports practices, volunteer in the community by completing service projects, exhibit their projects at the county fair, attend camps and leadership workshops, take on STEM challenges and lots more.  There are over 100 project areas to choose from when you participate in 4-H.  
To find out more about how you can participate, contact Kim Dailey, Extension Educator for 4-H Youth Development in Wadena County. Call the Extension Office at 218-631-7623 or email Kim directly at walz0130@umn.edu .

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