History Preservation Newsletter
January/February 2017


Maine offers “The 4-H Fix”

Incorporating 4-H history into state programs presents a creative opportunity. Maine 4-H offers regular written updates to local and county volunteers and staff to keep history front and center in programs.


Int’l Airport Renamed for 4-H Alum

Lt. Col. Ellison Onizuka, a Hawai’i alum and former NASA astronaut, is memorialized iin the renamed Kona, Hawai’i airport.



WW-I Centennial Recognizes 4-H

4-H membership and Extension Agent numbers surged as the nation supported overseas troops; food production and preservation, clothing conservation, good health and nutrition were emphases.


Historic 4-H Calendar Art Collection

The collection of originial art produced for the historic 4-H calendar program has grown to 40 pieces, with the addition of four pieces acquired in 2016. You may have an image of the 41st piece in your grandmother’s attic.



Enjoy the winter and this Issue!

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