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4-H Achievement Day's 2015

2015 Achievement Days InviteThe 4-H Achievement Days is the culmination of the 4-H Year and you are cordially invited to attend the Burleigh County 4-H Achievement Days on July 7-10 at the Burleigh County 4-H Building and the Missouri Valley Complex Outdoor Arena. 

 

Click here for the complete schedule!

We look forward to having you spend

some time with us and our 4-H members this week!

www.ag.ndsu.edu/burleighcountyextension/4-h

Burleigh County Extension

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