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New N.D. 4-H Ambassadors Selected

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Theodore Mayer (left), Marissa Tuhy and Tobias Zikmund have joined the North Dakota 4-H Ambassadors team. (NDSU photo) Theodore Mayer (left), Marissa Tuhy and Tobias Zikmund have joined the North Dakota 4-H Ambassadors team. (NDSU photo)
Three youth become 4-H ambassadors.

Three youth were selected to join the North Dakota 4-H Ambassadors team.

The new team members, the county where they are enrolled in 4-H and the school they attend are:

  • Theodore Mayer, Hettinger, Mott-Regent High School
  • Marissa Tuhy, Stark-Billings High School
  • Tobias Zikmund, Walsh, Park River High School

The North Dakota State 4-H Ambassadors is a group of young adults from across North Dakota who are actively involved in 4-H. They coordinate many activities that involve teaching youth and adults about topics such as leadership, team work and citizenship.

They specialize in planning and facilitating 4-H events, such as the annual statewide Extension Youth Conference, workshops, training sessions and regional events. They strive to create events that are fun, educational and skill building, and promote self-improvement. They also are active volunteers for 4-H programs in every North Dakota county.


NDSU Agriculture Communication - Dec. 5, 2016

Source:Alicia Harstad, 701-252-9030, alicia.harstad@ndsu.edu
Editor:Ellen Crawford, 701-231-5391, ellen.crawford@ndsu.edu
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