Learning how local government runs and excited about 4-H Week.
Thursday morning 4-H members joined the Washington County Commissioners as they signed off on their resolution for 4-H week.
There are 35 different 4-H groups in Washington County, with 750 club members.
Kids learn loyalty, clearer thinking, service and better living.
"Witness it and see how the government works, it's pretty cool cause I know I'm the president of my 4-H club and the way they run their meetings is the way I run my meetings," says Tyler Hartline.
"I really like 4-H because I think it's a good opportunity to meet new people and have fun with it and it's just something really interesting and I think everyone should do it," says Maggie Gottfried.
4-H Week is March 2-8, where the kids will be fundraising and doing community service throughout Washington County.
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