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LSU AgCenter 4-H agent, Angela Myles, combines skills with other leaders in the community to assist the youth to learn by doing. Students participate in such activities as livestock and horse shows, wetlands conservation, cookery contests, Jr. Master Gardener Program, various camps and Junior Leadership Conference.
The purpose of the LSU Ag Center is to innovate, educate and improve lives. The St. Helena 4-H program is an informal educational experience for youth. Boys and girls between the ages of nine and nineteen are given opportunities to make new friends, learn new things and possibly go to new places. Youth can develop life skills such as self-esteem, decision making and citizen responsibility to make them positive and contributing members in their communities. The Cloverbud program reaches younger members from ages four to nine.
Please join host Antoinette Harrell and co-host Dr. Okpara Nosakere their special guest Angela J. Myles, 4-H Agent for a discussion with abut the 4-H club.
It's good to talk.