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4-H Leadership LIVE webcast May 13
COLLEGE STATION -- The Texas 4-H and Youth Development Program will present a 4-H Leadership LIVE! webcast on leadership development Monday, May 13, at 7 p.m. for 4-H youth, parents, volunteers, and others interested in enhancing their leadership skills.
The theme for this event is Women in Leadership, and the live webcast can be accessed at http://texas4-h.tamu.edu/leadershiplive.
There is no charge for webcast participation, but participants are requested to register at the website in advance of the event.
Featured speakers for the interactive webcast will be Rachel Cutrer, president and creative director for Ranch House Designs Inc.; Dr. Randi Boleman, registered dietitian and assistant director for school nutrition services, Bryan Independent School District; and Debbie Schronk, chief operating officer for the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo and Texas 4-H Foundation trustee.
To interact with speakers during the webcast, participants may submit questions and comments through Twitter using hash tags #leadershiplive4h and @texas4h.
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