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4-H Youth Development

The Mission of Williamson County 4-H is to teach youth in 4th-12th grade life skills through hands-on learning experiences in areas students enjoy. We get our name, 4-H, from our focus on the whole student– Head, Heart, Hands, and Health.

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What is 4-H
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Join 4-H
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3d printer
3D Print
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child speaking by a flag
Communication & Marketing
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youth taking fingerprints from glass
CSI
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culinary youth standing by food
Culinary
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kids flying drone
Drones
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engineered ev3 robot
Engineering
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kids sitting at table
Honor Club
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youth petting a horse
Horse
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youth racing solar cars
Junior Solar Sprint
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youth show fitting a cow
Livestock
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youth working on computers for micro;bit class
Micro:bit
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youth cutting tomatoes
Nutrition, Health, Fitness
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Photography
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hens in a cage
Poultry
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students working on python programming
Python
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student programming ev3 robot
Robotics
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youth shooting bow
Shooting Sports
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STEM Fun
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youth using sewing machine
Sewing
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youth volunteer assisting another youth
Volunteer
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4-H Judging Teams
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youth jumping off diving board
4-H Camp
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Contact Us
Contact Us-4H Doug/Mary Beth
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