4-H and Youth

What Do You See?

The 2015 Program

In 2015 entries were submitted by 58 4-H’ers from 8 counties across the state. Our 2015 entries were exhibited at State 4-H Days, the West Virginia State Fair and posted in an online West Virginia 4-H web page (link below). Participants received a letter of recognition, 4-H certificate, state fair ribbon and two manuscript books to be filled with future literary endeavors.

Questions may be directed to Jenny Murray or Alicia Cassels

2015 West Virginia 4-H Writing Exhibition

A 4-H writing exhibition that encouraged youth self-expression through the written word, was open to West Virginia 4-H members across the state. Members were asked to create original works using 1000 words or less, that would compel readers to feel, think, or take action.

Essays

Poems

Short Stories

Special submissions from McDowell County featuring the title

“My Home in the Hills”

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