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4-H officer training
Friday, January 18, 2013 3:45 PM

PAULDING COUNTY 4-H BUILDING LEADERS OF THE FUTURE – The Paulding County 4-H Program held its annual 4-H officer training on Jan. 14 in the OSU Extension building. There were 40 office holders present for this training. Members took part in a variety of activities to learn about their club office. The training began with get acquainted games and then members went to sessions to learn about their duties. After the training sessions, members played Gaga Ball and had refreshments. The training concluded with a candle lighting installation ceremony.  Paulding County 4-H is gearing up for another fun-filled year of learning and leadership. Anyone interested in joining 4-H should contact Staci Hiler at the Extension Office at 419-399-8225, or visit the Paulding County 4-H website at paulding.osu.edu. The enrollment deadline for new members is Feb. 4. Join in the fun to “Make the Best Better.”


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