THE GOOD NEWS - Antelope Acres Residents are Doing Great Things!
At the AATC meeting of September 20, 2017 Quartz Hill 4H President and member Hunter Segale was the first of our 4Hers to make a presentation to the AATC. Hunter is 16 years old and attends Quartz Hill High School where he is a Junior. He has been in 4H for 8 years. Hunter's past 4H projects include lambs, chickens, turkeys, swine and beef. He also plans on going into goats. His other interests include soccer, robotics, fishing, hunting and traveling.
In addition to Hunter, his sisters and cousins are involved in the 4H youth development organization for kids from 5 to 19.
A little about 4H: There are six million 4H members in the United States. The organization is 100 years old. The goal is to learn good leadership skills, responsibility, self-confidence and good financial management practices through hard work. A child can join at the age of 5 as a mini member and at the age of 9 can show large animals until the age of 19 when they leave 4H.
4H projects include showmanship, cooking, clothing construction, hiking, robotics, science, math, photography, archery, rocketry, automotive and food preparation.