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Jamie Yoder of Braxton County said WVU Extension Service’s 4-H taught her important lessons like communication skills and self-awareness.
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“Regardless of your gender, a disability or a setback, they include you. 4-H allows you to show who you can be without peer pressure and without the stigmas. They allow you to show your true self without any negative feedback.”
“Honestly without 4-H I probably wouldn’t be as social as I am. I was a shy person when I joined 4-H, and now I’m a social butterfly. It’s just a wonderful opportunity to meet so many people.”
“It’s kind of always been WVU. They have a great program for me, and it’s my family’s home state. It’s all in all, the best option.” -Jamie Yoder, 4-H member and future Mountaineer
- 4-H club members and leaders
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