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Linda Brosch Discusses 4-H Program

OSWEGO, NY – On Thursday Linda Brosch, team coordinator for the 4-H program told the Oswego Sunrise Rotary about the programs in Oswego County.

Linda Brosch 4-H Team Coordinator, left, is greeted by Oswego Sunrise Rotary President Carol Reed.
Linda Brosch 4-H Team Coordinator, left, is greeted by Oswego Sunrise Rotary President Carol Reed.

Currently, there are 38 4-H clubs with 500 members and 89 leaders in Oswego County.

4-H is open to both boys and girls ages 5 – 19.

It is a program financed and operated by Cornell University Cooperative Extension in Oswego County.

Linda told the club that 4-H provides programs for all Oswego County School districts and OCO.

They present several different programs from information on the environment to maple syrup.

They run an Environmental Education Center in Amboy.

The 150 acres of mixed woods and wetland with marked hiking trails is suitable for cross country skiing and snowshoeing; dormitory and kitchen facilities are also available.