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4-H Alumni Asked to Share Their Stories During National 4-H Week

Every 4-H alumnus has a story. It could be how they learned to win graciously. Or, even lose graciously. How they helped their community; how they were empowered by those around them. While their individual stories might vary, what all 25 million 4-H alumni share is the life skills they gained from the nation’s largest youth organization, an organization still empowering youth with life skills today.
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