Wyoming 4-H Foundation increases county donations


Wyoming State 4-H Foundation donations to the state’s counties increased by more than $53,000 in fiscal year 2013, for a total of $241,041.

For fiscal year 2013, Carbon County was granted a total to the nearest dollar of $5,520. Sublette County received the highest donation with $25,226, while Hot Springs County received the lowest with $979.

There are more than 7,000 Wyoming “4-H’ers”, and the foundation and 4-H program work to introduce youth to subjects like animal science, technology and natural resources. 4-H’ers gain life skills such as self-confidence and problem solving.


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