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The 411: Youth


One day 4-H set for Oct. 8




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One day 4-H 2011 is right around the corner and is set for Saturday, Oct. 8. One day 4-H is the Texas 4-H way of giving back, having fun, and making a difference to thousands of people.

Over the last two years, more than 20,000 youth and adults have stepped out into their communities and lent a helping hand to more than 300,000 Texans.

Order the 2011 one day 4-H T-shirt before Sunday, Sept. 25. For more information on ordering a T-shirt, download the one day 4-H T-shirt ordering instructions at http://texas4-h.tamu.edu/oneday/index.php.

The website also includes information on how to get started on developing a project, logos to promote your event, news releases, and other fun materials.

4-H clubs can register their project through the website.
 

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