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.
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June 03, 2019
When South Dakota 4-H launched the Companion Animal project area in 2017, Hailie Stuck was eager to participate. Two years later, the State 4-H Ambassador from Brentford encourages younger members to participate by leading informational, Companion Animal workshops.
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April 18, 2019
Six South Dakota 4-H members attended National 4-H Youth Summits focused on Agri-Science and Healthy Living held at the National 4-H Conference Center in Chevy Chase, Md.
April 01, 2019
Danika Gordon, a nine-year Butte-Lawrence County 4-H member, developed the Listen, Learn, Lead website as part of her South Dakota State 4-H Ambassador educational engagement.
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