4-H Floods Gainesville
They're looking over a four leaf clover at UF this week. Youth leaders from Florida's 4H organization, with its clover leaf emblem, are flooding the halls of the Reitz Union Colonnade. More than three hundred senior leaders in the program, which are high school level students, are camping out on UF's campus to participate in week long events.
United Health care launched a partnership with 4H, which stands for "head, heart, hands, and health," to promote nutrition, fitness, and personal safety. 4H is a non-profit organization which celebrated one hundred years in 2009. Students were rehearsing for a fashion and talent show tonight, where they will feature their designs and skills.
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