Brothers Gives Back to Adams County 4-H

Lynn & Michelle, The Sisters from Brothers, presenting a check of $1,000 to three children with Adams County 4-H.

This July Brothers Gives Back wanted to do something for our local community. We recently received a request from Adams County 4-H to ask us to sponsor their awards program. As a company, we enjoy supporting causes that help young people learn their passions while teaching them that working with their hands can be fulfilling.

4-H is an organization for youth, ages 5 to 18, where members learn life skills through hands-on experiences. Kids and teens complete projects in areas like science, health, agriculture and civic engagement, in a positive environment where they receive guidance from adult mentors and are encouraged to take on proactive leadership roles. They have the ability to concentrate either on one focus area or they can try a variety of programs. 4-H is designed to meet the interests of the youth. It helps the child or teen discover and develop life skills and set personal goals. Involvement in project areas gives members the help needed to improve specific skills and explore new ones. Activities within clubs also introduce members to the importance of helping others through community service. 4-H is family oriented. They encourage children and parents to work together on projects and activities.

The 4-H program in Colorado combines the efforts of youth and families, volunteer leaders, Colorado State University, Colorado State University Extension, county and state government and the US Department of Agriculture. All 4-H projects are then showcased at the Adams County Fair and members are recognized for their accomplishments.

To learn more about Adams County 4-H, you can visit their site at
Or check them out on Facebook at

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