317 S. Wayne Street, Suite 1A
Angola, IN 46703
4-H is a volunteer youth development and education program for youth in grades 1-12 coordinated by the Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service. Its primary objective is to assist young people in acquiring knowledge, skills, citizenship, and leadership. 4-H is one of the largest youth development organizations in the world. Youth in the program have the chance to develop life skills and gain knowledge via low-cost, hands-on, positive learning opportunities. These learning opportunities take place throughout the year and are showcased, in many cases, as exhibitions at the county fair in July.
To Contact please call 668-1000 ext. 1400 or send a fax to 665-9037. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Immediate needs are supplies for science experiments, citizenship activities, and healthy living activities; bleachers to ensure safety at the 4-H fairgrounds; volunteers with content knowledge to serve as 4-H Project Superintendents and/or guest speakers at youth events.
To help please contact Tami Mosier, 4-H Youth Development Extension Educator at the above contact information.