Texas 4-H is built upon a base of outstanding employees, members, volunteers, alumni, and donors committed to Making the Best Better. These individuals are Texas 4-H, and these are their stories.
I am Texas 4-H, YOU are Texas 4-H, WE are Texas 4-H.
Casey Pitmon grew up in Bishop, Texas, and then relocated to Fredericksburg, Texas, for her Senior year of high school. She attended Texas A&M University and has worked as a Veterinarian for 12 years. As an alumni, Casey attributes so much of her success and personal growth to her time in Texas 4-H. We are Texas 4-H.
Lindsie Almquist is the proud principal of Jarrell High School. Lindsie was raised through the Texas 4-H program showing livestock and participating in various leadership opportunities. Lindsie is working towards her dream of becoming a Superintendent and credits 4-H for so many of her skills that now allow her to serve those in her school district.
Lake Dallas ISD first implemented a 4-H Robotics program into Corinth Elementary School under the guidance of Mr. Randall Caldwell. Mr. Caldwell is now the Principal at Lake Dallas Middle School where he carried over the idea and offers a 4-H/AgriLife class for students as an elective option. Lake Dallas Middle School is Texas 4-H.
Keeping The Clover In Bloom
Ann Mitchel – 4-H youth across the nation blossom because of volunteers. Growing clovers in Grimes County is continually nourished by the relentless energy and devotion of “Ms. Ann”. Read More…..
Juntos 4-H – where families, communities, challenges, dreams, and opportunities grow together. Read More…..