Justin Crowe, 4-H Youth Development Director and State Leader
As the end of July is upon us, it’s back to school time. Parents and children are anxious as they return to school and get ready for the year ahead. Just as teachers and principals are working to get their schools and classrooms open, our 4-H agents have lots of plans for 4-H programming this fall. We are nervous, anxious, and excited. We miss our 4-H members, and we want to see them.
The fall will be a whole new ballgame for all of us. It’s new and different, and will present many challenges. Let’s help each other, support each other, and be there. Remember, though – tough times don’t last; tough people do!