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4–H Clubs are a way for kids to learn hands–on skills and develop leadership skills and the number of participants is increasing across Northeastern Michigan.

Originally published on November 17, 2014:

4–H Clubs are a way for kids to learn hands–on skills and develop leadership skills and the number of participants is increasing across Northeastern Michigan.

So far 7,788 kids participate in the Michigan State Extension 4–H programs and the numbers and for the past few years the numbers are increasing.

4–H programs offer a number of ways for kids to gain skills in agriculture, performing arts, engineering and more.

— Allison Preston

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Created on Wednesday, November 19, 2014
 
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