4-H students from across Benton and Franklin counties will file on to the Columbia Basin College Campus this Saturday for Youth 4H Leadership Day.  Lauren Romney, 4-H Extension Coordinator, told the Washington Ag Network this week serves as a great opportunity for kids interested in becoming a program officer.


“We’re going to do some parliamentary procedure games and we’re going to do some get to know you games that the kids can use and take back to their own clubs.”


Romney added many of Saturday’s events will be taught by 4-H participants as well.  Including the Secretary class, President class and the Treasure class.  She said this is a great opportunity for others to learn from the expertise of these young people.


“And it’s a good opportunity for the teachers as well, it’s something they can use the skills that they’ve learned to lead these classes.”


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