CHEYENNE--Members of the 4-H 100th anniversary committee are asking former members or volunteers to help tell the story of the past century of 4-H in Wyoming counties and communities.
4-H is the largest youth organization in Wyoming.
“We are asking for copies of identified pictures, articles, events and people or whatever you think will tell the story of 4-H,” said Kay Moyer, Cheyenne, a member of the committee. “We also want to identify long-time, multi-generational 4-H families in your communities. We would like to spotlight them along with other 4-H alumni on our Wall of Fame.”
Each county will have a display listing former and current 4-H’ers and volunteers at its fair. All the county walls then will be shown together at the Wyoming State Fair and Rodeo.
Those wanting to contribute and share information can do so at http://bit.ly/4hcentennial. The page has various fields in which information can be typed.
Those wanting to contribute photographs are asked to contact their local UW Extension offices or the Wyoming State 4-H Program office on the UW campus at 4-H@uwyo.edu.
A digital copy will be made of the original so those submitting photos retain the originals.