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October 04, 2021
Distinguished for her “drive to inspire her peers and give back to her Rosebud Sioux Tribe community through charitable veterinary work,” Red Hawk is the first South Dakota 4-H’er to win a Youth in Action award.
Curious what it takes to become a South Dakota State 4-H Ambassador?
Leadership is the ability to influence the thinking and actions of people. Good leadership helps others in the group to become the best they can be and it inspires everyone to want to “make the best better.” It requires willingness to tackle a new job and persistence to see it through.
4-H clubs are one of the primary ways of involving 4-H members in the 4-H program. It acts as the hub of activity, creating interest and enthusiasm for involvement in 4-H activities, and events outside the local club.
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