Gallery: 1. Saratoga County 4-H Issue Leader Greg Stevens with 4-H Senior Caleb Wilbur.
2. 4-H Senior Libby Swatling with her brothers Wyatt and Zane.
3/Cover Photo. 4-H Seniors Kurt, Keith, Analiese and Karl Meidenbauer.
SARATOGA SPRINGS — You might be seeing a few more signs around Saratoga County as 4-H is celebrating the hard work and accomplishments of 4-H Seniors. Saratoga County 4-H and 4-H Teen Council recently delivered yard signs to 30 4-H Seniors throughout the county. These members will also be recognized with a 4-H Senior Spotlight on the Saratoga County 4-H Facebook page.
Many of these members have spent more than a decade as 4-H members, and several have taken leadership roles in their clubs and the 4-H program as a whole.
“These young people have worked so hard throughout their 4-H career, whether it is raising 4-H project animals, learning and building project skills, or becoming true leaders, we really just want to recognize that hard work and dedication. With the 2020 Saratoga County Fair being cancelled, we felt it was important to let these young men and women know how proud we are of their accomplishments,” said Leland Bunting, 4-H resource educator.
Cornell Cooperative Extension and Saratoga County 4-H are excited to recognize and congratulate our Senior 4-H Members.