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Hispanic Heritage Month

September 15 – October 15, 2017 By Vernelle Mitchell-Hawkins Hispanic Heritage Month is a time to celebrate the many contributions of Hispanic and Latin people to the world.  This is true in 4-H as well since the organization seeks to … Continue reading

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Robotic employment: hidden values and benefits

Robots can augment human jobs in some ways and can do some jobs that are hazardous to human beings, therefore decreasing the danger present to those in that line of work. Continue reading

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Baltimore County 4-H… “It’s not just cows and cooking.”

By Jennifer Coroneos I grew up in 4-H, my parents grew up in 4-H, and even my grandparents were in 4-H and were active 4-H volunteers for almost 70 years. Needless to say, I am a third generation 4-her. While … Continue reading

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The Importance of Afterschool Programs

By Jennifer Coroneos, Baltimore County 4-H Program Assistant We all know that afterschool programs are important. It is without a doubt that afterschool programs can boost academic performance, reduce dangerous behaviors, and provide safe, structured environments for the children who … Continue reading

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Where Has Summer Gone?

Where Has Summer Gone? They say; “Time flies when you’re having fun.” Time has been flying by. Here in Baltimore County we have already made it through our 4-H Day Camp, 4-H STEM Camp, and the Baltimore County 4-H fair. … Continue reading

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Hot new 4-H club is getting ready for competition!

Hot new 4-H club is getting ready for competition! The Hunt Valley Junior and Senior Robotics 4-H Clubs have been very busy preparing for their robotics FIRST Lego League Qualifier competition, which takes place on January 25th, 2014. They have … Continue reading

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