Former 4-H members: the National 4-H Council wants to know what’s your favorite 4-H memory?
October 2 kicks off National 4-H Week, and 4-H is asking its 25 million alumni to share their stories online through the 4-H website or through the social media hashtag #4HGrown. Whether you showed animals, gardened, sewed or baked, 4-H wants to hear how you grew within the organization.
“We have a network of successful alumni who are leaders in their organizations and communities, and we want to hear from them,” says Jennifer Sirangelo, president and CEO, National 4-H Council. “4-H taught our alumni compassion, respect and the value of hard work. Now, we want them to share their stories with future 4-H’ers and help pass along that tradition to today’s young leaders.”
Alumni interested in sharing their stories can do so in several different ways. They should first visit www.4-H.org/share to share their story. Alumni can also share their photos and stories via social media channels using the hashtag #4HGrown.
For a list of some of the more famous alumni members, check out 4 questions with the National 4-H Council’s CEO.
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