Letter: Hubbard County 4-H salutes volunteers
Each year, thousands of volunteers in Minnesota donate their time and energy to make their communities a better place to live. These volunteers will be among the millions across the country who will be spotlighted during National Volunteer Week, April 6-12.
One group that relies heavily on volunteers is the University of Minnesota Extension’s 4-H Youth Development Program. In 2013 nearly 7,000 adults volunteered in some capacity with Minnesota 4-H. In Hubbard County, 80 volunteers, both youth and adult, serve as club leaders, project leaders, committee members, and in advisory capacities for the 4-H Youth Development Program. Volunteers spend numerous hours working on tasks, such as mentoring a child with a 4-H project, leading a project with youth to serve the community, or helping organize an event at the county fair.
The work of 4-H volunteers is continuous. Every day volunteers lend a helping hand to make 4-H programs more beneficial to the residents of Hubbard County.
Those interested in joining the team of 4-H volunteers are invited to contact the University of Minnesota Extension Hubbard County 4-H Program Coordinator Mari Jo Lohmeier at 237-1246 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mari Jo Lohmeier
4-H Program Coordinator