|4-H Wins Big at the 2012 FIRST Robotics World Championship|
Entering the fourth year of its robotics program, 4-H set new records at the 2012 For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) Championship with 21 competing teams and a 4-H team that won second place overall.
|4-H Honors Sugarland's Jennifer Nettles, DuPont at Annual Gala|
National 4-H Council hosted the third annual 4-H Legacy Awards Gala in April, honoring individuals and corporations that have made a lasting impact on 4-H through their efforts to cultivate the 4-H youth development program.
|4-H Member Saves County Program|
The Ohio State University's Extension program recently suffered financial cutbacks, and support for the Highland County 4-H program was reduced. 4-H'er Sarah Young knew that this could mean that 4-H activities like the county and state fairs would come to an end.
|4-H'er Starts a Nutrition Revolution|
When his 4-H leader shared a startling report on the number of local youth with poor diets, Bailey, a fifth grader Cottonwood 4-H'er from Woodland, California, started a mission to provide healthy food options for his classmates.
|EYSC Youth Step Up to Environmental Challenge|
Bryant Pond is one of Maine’s hundreds of lakes and ponds suffering from milfoil infestation, a weed like growth found in fresh water that prevents fishing, swimming and clean drinking water.
|Washington 4-H'ers win Chevron Community Pride Award|
|When the members of the King County 4-H Horse Program saw a 4-H alum in need, they knew just what to do. The youth decided to lend a hand and a supply of coats for the Christmas at the Farm event and a coat drive to benefit a local women's shelter.|
|4-H'ers Raise Funds to Restore Local Library|
|In April 2010, a lightning strike in Twiggs County, Georgia, left the town without their Public Library, and without valuable resources like summer reading programs, rare county histories, family genealogies and access to technology. The county 4-H'ers knew they had to step up to help their local community.|
|4-H'er Makes Prom Possible|
|4-H'er Brooke Crawford put her 10 year involvement in the organization and entrepreneurial spirit to good use by providing formal dresses for high school peers who could not afford them.|