Chase Smith of the Whites Creek Critters 4-H Club (far left), was one of four delegates to represent West Virginia 4-H Program at the National 4-H Conference in Washington, D.C., this past week. The other delegates include (l-r): Drina Kerns of Doddridge County; Faith Reed of Raleigh County; and Katlyn Jones of Kanawha County.
The National 4‑H Conference is the pinnacle experience in 4‑H Civic
Engagement, providing the opportunity for young people to connect,
learn, engage, lead and impact their communities, their nation and their
world. The conference, held April 6-11, 2019, facilitated direct opportunities for youth to apply what was learned in
real world experiences using
their voices, work, ideas and/or behavior to make a difference.