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Brooklyn Boy Gets More Than One Wish...
“What little boy doesn’t love animals?”, said Ruth Peck, volunteer leader for the Dawson D Rings 4-H club in Glendive. She had just learned that Andrew Velasco, a 6-year-old Brooklyn boy, was coming to Glendive through the generosity of the Make
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Montana 4-H is the youth development program of Montana State University Extension and is the largest, out-of-school youth development program in the state, reaching about 25,000 youth in all counties each year. In 4-H, if you can dream it, you can do it! 4-H offers more than 100 different projects and learning experiences that actively engage while having fun. 4-H, projects rely on trained adult volunteers who work with youth as a partner and resource for learning. There are opportunities, from learning how to cook or sew to raising an animal, camping, and everything in between. 4-H offers youth a wide range of choices and opportunities. Find out how Montana 4-H is "making the best better" by exploring our web site.
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