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1 By 4h | February 17, 2009

What is The 4-H Emblem?

The 4-H emblem is a highly valued mark within our country’s history. As such it was granted a very unique status; it is in a category similar to the Presidential Seal and the Olympic emblem. It is protected by the federal government and is under the responsibility and stewardship of the Secretary of Agriculture. The “18 USC 707” marking that appears along the right lower leaf is coding that protects the use of the clover.

What Are The 4-H Colors?

  • Green is nature’s most common color and represents youth, life, and growth.
  • White symbolizes purity and high ideals.

What is The 4-H Motto?

“To Make the Best Better”

The 4-H Motto refers to each member. It means that each member will do the “best” that he/she possible can in whatever is attempted.┬áThe member will then strive to improve the next time so his or her initial “Best” becomes “Better”. The 4-H motto encourages members to stretch their abilities and capacities to reach greater achievement within their own potential.

What is The 4-H Pledge?

The 4-H Pledge states how 4-H goes about helping youth develop and grow in positive ways. As the pledge is recited, hand motions add extra emphasis to the head, heart and hands, as seen here.
What is The 4-H Creed?

I believe in 4-H Club work for the opportunity it will give me to become a useful citizen.

I believe in the training of my HEAD for the power it will give me to think, plan and to reason.

I believe in the training of my HEART for the nobleness it will give me to be kind, sympathetic and true.

I believe in the training of my HANDS for the ability it will give me to be helpful, skillful, and useful.

I believe in the training of my HEALTH for the strength it will give me to enjoy life, to resist disease, and to work efficiently.

I believe in my county, my state, and my community and in my responsibility for their development.

In all these things I believe, and am willing to dedicate my efforts to their fulfillment.

 

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