MSU Extension in Toole County
Toole County 4-H
4-H is a community of young people across America who are learning leadership, citizenship and life skills.
Montana 4-H, a part of the Montana State University Extension Service, is the state's largest out-of-school program. Through a variety of projects and educational activities it reaches some 30,000 Montana youth every year. Montana 4-H involves 5,000 volunteers who help young people from 6 to 19 years of age learn valuable life skills in order to become:
- And of high character
Through 4-H's one-of-a-kind research based curriculum, youth actively explore a wide variety of interests, from rocketry to skateboarding, photography to pets, cooking to camping.
Find out how 4-H can be a part of your life or the life of a young person you care about by contacting the Toole County Extension office.
Toole County Ambassadors
Toole County is reviving the teen ambassador program in Toole County. Agent Kim Suta will be the key advisor for the group 4-H members that are 13 years and older are eligible to be Toole County 4-H Ambassadors. The Ambassador program will focus on county leadership, and promotion of the 4-H program. The meeting schedule will be very flexible with meetings once a month. This program is meant to help develop professional leadership skills while having fun and promoting 4-H and the Four County Marias Fair in July. A short application process will be conducted and the first meeting will be held in October. There will be a few required activities such as hosting a 4-H promotion day at school and holding a project day of your choice. A few of the recommended activities include being a camp counselor, attending Congress in Bozeman, and attending Junior Leadership Camp.
Pictured, Our New Ambassadors: Brittany, Ashton, Lane, and Kiana