The National 4 H Week has been very successful in the area with some clubs doubling in size. The year has been very busy with a 2022 4H Fire Up.
The Worth County Extension Office and the North Iowa Junior Beef Cattlemen’s Association co-sponsored a 4-H Beef Clinic this past April. The 4-H family members learned about fitting and grooming, 4-H beef exhibiting equipment, daily feeding and hair care, as well as training their 4-H beef calves to lead and exhibit in the show ring. Pictured are Worth County 4-H members and parents who participated in the workshop.
Worth County 4H member Aalyha Wicke was on the midday Request Show and talked about her experience with 4H.
Other activities in Worth County encompassed a number of events.
Worth County 4H member Gabby Branstad talked about what she accomplished through 4H while on the mid-day Request Show on KIOW.
Neveaha Wicke knows that she has really learned a lot from being in 4H when she appeared on the mid-day Request Show on KIOW.
4H Member Madison Branstad is in her final year with 4H. She has appeared before on the mid-day Request Show on KIOW, but this year was her year to reflect on everything that has happened and where it has taken her.