We are in the thick of National 4-H Week. The youth program with the clover logo representing, ‘Head, Heart, Hands, and Health’. ISU Extension’s Leslie Millius says the birthplace of the logo is Clarion, Iowa.
Millius describes the inception efforts of 4-H:
According to Millius and contrary to popular belief, 4-H and its programs are not just for agricultural-interested students.
National 4-H Week is lock-jammed with special events to celebrate the occasion – one of these events being a color contest that is going to be judged by grade level. For more information on National 4H Week go to: https://4-h.org/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc_search&utm_campaign=4H_Brand&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIk6W84aag7AIVhobACh1pXAOZEAAYASAAEgLYpfD_BwE.