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Bonza Rose Auberson

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If you are in 6th grade and don’t know if you want to be in the 4-H club this is the article for you. 4-H is a fun and a get to know things club. We learn about best camp that 4-H has  and judging teams that you can do when you are in 4-H.  There are so many fun things that you can do with the things that you learn in the 4-H club.

First, the best camp that 4-H  can offer you. It is my favorite camp because you get to stay a whole week. You stay from Monday afternoon to Friday morning. There is a pool, lake, zipline, shooting range, tie die, airbrush, wood shop, nature history, craft house, and cabin wars. You get 3 meals a day and lights have to be out at 10:00. You set a shower list so that everyone can take a shower. You sleep in bunk beds which you can pick the bunk that you want. There is more on the 4-H website.

Now for the judging teams. There are so many different judging teams for you do when you in the 4-H club. You can do live stoke judging teams like pig, horse, poultry, cow, hog, and sheep. You can also do other judging teams like wildlife, out door meat cooking, diary products, forestry, and land [you look at soil and stuff]. Now you know all about the 4-H judging teams.

4-H is so much fun!

 

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