MaKenzy McCord has done it all in 4-H.
It's that time of year again: National 4-H Week.
As I sat in the stands Friday night, fanning in an attempt to cool off on the hot September night, there was a collective gasp from the crowd.
In unison, everyone sighed in relief as the 4-H'er and her restless steer moved away from the fence.
Anyone who has slept in a bunk bed at Rock Eagle would be amazed to see our new cabins.
If life is a highway, 4-H is where you learn to drive.
I remember taking a comic with an anti-smoking message to my grandfather, who looked at it and set it on the table by his recliner.
How will you recognize National 4-H Week on Oct. 3-9?
Hundreds of thousands of people have been a part of Georgia 4-H since it began here in Newton County in 1904, and we'd like to know: "What's your 4-H story?"
Ah, the first day of school.
Seeing the school supplies on sale somehow never fails to give me a little tinge of that butterflies-in-the-stomach, first day of school feeling.
What if the SWAT team never practiced?
The Newton 4-H Horse Club rode their way to the winners' stands at the State 4-H Horse Show.
Even sitting idle in the shade of the barn at the FFA-FCCLA Center last weekend didn't stop the sweat from dripping.
At Rock Eagle 4-H summer camp, the word of the week is "hydration."
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