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September 21, 2012

OSU campus turns green during 91st Oklahoma 4-H Roundup

Stillwater —  

When nearly 1,000 4-H’ers and Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service educators converge on the Oklahoma State University campus, you definitely see more green than the traditional black and orange.

The 91st State 4-H Roundup took place recently at OSU and was a great opportunity to showcase the talent and success of 4-H club members, as well as offer a variety of learning opportunities. This year’s theme was Get a Clue with Oklahoma 4-H.

 “The Oklahoma 4-H Program is 103 years old and as this Roundup proved, it just keeps getting better,” said Becky Walker, Pontotoc County Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development.

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