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Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors gives 4-H a vote of confidence

Not only did the Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors approve a $10,000 allocation to the local 4-H program, commissioners spoke warmly about the youth development program, reported Bill Choy in the Mt. Shasta News.

“Without 4-H I don't think my kids would have been as successful,” said commissioner Ray Haupt. He said he has seen the positive benefits of 4-H for kids and teens countless times and added that the program provides invaluable leadership skills to the youth in the community.

UC Cooperative Extension advisor Rob Wilson addressed the board to request the funding support. He said state funds have not kept up with the cost of running the program. 

"We're having more difficulty covering that funding gap," Wilson said.

He added that the program is always looking for help and donations and encouraged the community to support them. For more information go to http://cesiskiyou.ucanr.edu/4-H_Program/.

In one Siskiyou County 4-H activity, members visited residents of an assisted living facility with dogs and other animals.

Read more about the Siskiyou Pet Pals 4-H program.

Posted on Thursday, July 16, 2020 at 9:44 AM

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