University of GeorgiaSince 1904, the Georgia 4-H program has taught Georgia youth lifelong leadership skills. What began as a program to teach new farming techniques has grown into a program that builds character and self-confidence. A publication covering the past 100 years of Georgia 4-H, "Georgia 4-H: Historic Past, Dynamic Future," has been published in honor of the statewide youth program's centennial celebration. The limited edition Georgia 4-H history book cost $34.95 each or can be ordered in bulk at a reduced rate of $26.95 for 25 or more copies. The price of the history book will rise to $39.95 on March 1. To place an order, contact Lindsey Fodor at (706) 542-4H4H or email her at email@example.com. Checks can be mailed to the Georgia 4-H Foundation, University of Georgia, 303 Hoke Smith Annex, Athens, Ga., 30602. To purchase the book using PayPal, go to the Web site www.georgia4h.org.
Published on 01/21/09
Georgia 4-H publishes history book
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