Monday Interview – Hancock County 4-H Gearing Up For 2016

2/8/2016 – 4:00 am

Winter continues but one of Hancock County’s largest youth organizations is gearing up for another year. Hancock County 4-H will begin soon and 4-H Extension Educator Cassie Anderson says that what’s great about what 4-H offers is that you can do pretty much anything you’d want to do.

Audio: Cassie Anderson

Anderson says that there are currently around 40 clubs in Hancock County which are located in just about every township and community in the county. She said that most of the clubs will allow students to take any 4-H project that they wish, but some of the clubs are geared towards specific projects and goals for the kids.

Audio: Cassie Anderson

If you are interested in joining 4-H but are not sure what club would be the best fit for you, Anderson said you can contact the Hancock County Extension Office and explain what you’re looking for in a 4-H Club so they can find the right fit for you.

Audio: Cassie Anderson

If you would like more information on Hancock County 4-H, contact the Hancock County Extension Office at 419-422-3851. You can also visit the Hancock County Extension Service online to learn more about Hancock County 4-H and important dates coming up to register for clubs and programs. The complete interview with Cassie Anderson can be found on our Soundcloud Page below.

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