Empowering Youth: Hancock County Farm Bureau 4-H Safety Day

Harvest Land believes that 4‑H empowers young people to be true leaders with confidence, the ability to work well with others, can endure through challenges, and will stick with a job until it gets done. In 4‑H, we believe true leaders aren’t born – they’re grown. 4-H also teaches our youth leadership skills and responsibility that they will use for a lifetime.

Harvest Land is proud to be a part of educating our youth in all corners of our trade territory. We recently participated in the Hancock County Farm Bureau 4-H Safety Day, sponsored by Farm Bureau at the Hancock County 4-H Fairgrounds.

Presenters for the day included:

  • Harvest Land, presented by Julie Lamberson
  • Hancock County Sheriff’s Dept
  • 911 Dispatch
  • Proper Food Handling
  • Koening Implements
  • Greenfield Fire Dept
  • Indiana DNR

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Harvest Land employee Vickie Ramsey is the leader of Country Kritters 4-H Club, and has been a 4-H leader in Hancock county for 16 years! She was there with “her kids” for a day of education and leadership building. We admire Vickie’s dedication to empowering Hancock County youth to be the best they can be.

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We’re proud to be invited to this kind of event, and also have strong represntation from our employee base. 

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Many thanks to Dawn Wallace and Julie Lamberson for supplying these photos.

 

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