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4-H Begins a new year

FRANKLIN AND WILLIAMSON COUNTIES, IL (KFVS) -

The new 4-H year began September 1, providing educational and fun programs for youth ages 5 to 18.

4-H ("head, heart, hands, health"), provides a variety of workshops and clubs that focus on areas such as cooking, sewing, animals, robotics, drones, photography, the outdoors, the arts and much more.

It's hands-on experiences with adult supervision to learn, grow and work together for a positive change.

For more information, contact a local 4-H program coordinator in Southern Illinois.

Cindy Bauman, Franklin County 618-439-3178.

Rebecca Needham, Jackson County 618-687-1727.

Rhonda Shubert, Perry and Randolph Counties 618-357-2126/618-443-4364,

Esther Waddy, Williamson County 618-993-3304.

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