What 4h Mean To Me Research Paper

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“What 4-H Means to Me” – by Morelia Falcon I believe the 4-H has played a big part in who I am today. To completely explain what 4-H means to me, I would have to start at the very beginning, so that is what I am going to do. The very beginning of my 4-H journey starts in Hardin County, Ky. At the age of 6 I became a Cloverbud. At a young age I learned patience, compassion, and how to respect and care for others. I discovered you can still have fun and learn remarkable things. I also found out that you can make really cool art with paint and chopped vegetables. While in Cloverbuds I was involved in the county’s Livestock Club. Although I could barely read and had no idea what was going on I enjoyed every second of it. During one meeting we…show more content…
I also entered many items in the Kentucky State Fair. Although I have many blue ribbons at state level, I am still trying to earn a state champion ribbon. I learned to keep trying my best and never give up! Falcon Through these clubs and activities I learned I have a passion for creating, volunteering, leadership and development, learning, teaching, and giving speeches and demonstrations. As you can see I have learned many things through 4-H that I may have never learned if it weren’t for this amazing program. I would not be the person I am today without 4-H. 4-H is my life (I am a “4-H Nerd” as Mrs. Kindra says). 4-H is not just a club or program but a family, a family that will always be there for me. 4-H is a place where I am free to be myself. I love meeting new people who share the same interests and passions as I do. It’s hard to explain just how much this program means to me. When I am older I hope to run for Kentucky State 4-H Teen Council President, and can contribute back to this amazing
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