LA CROSSE, Wis. (WXOW) – 4-H is mainly comprised of agriculture for students, but that’s not the only topic included in the club.
At the La Crosse Interstate Fairgrounds, a 4H Expo was held, showcasing different practices that the organization offers. There was a dog agility obedience training section where owners gave their pet a treat when an obstacle course task was completed. There was also an art section at the Expo, like the painting of scale model figure kits.
Mary Paisley, a woman who is part of the 4-H Dog Project, said there is something for everyone in 4-H.
“4-H is an excellent way for your child to have a well-rounded life, anything you can imagine,” Paisley said. “At this Expo, we have some great parents here who have volunteered their time to help kids learn,” Paisley said.
At the end of the event, participants networked with each other.