4-H clubs in Stutsman, LaMoure counties recognized

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4-H’ers from clubs throughout North Dakota were recognized for incorporating nutrition, fitness and health activities into their club meetings in 2019-2020.

Twenty-eight 4-H clubs from 13 counties are making healthful habits part of the culture of their clubs. They were designated as Healthy North Dakota 4-H Clubs for the year and received a certificate of recognition and a small prize that promotes a healthful lifestyle.

Clubs recognized this year included several from LaMoure and Stutsman counties. They are listed by the number of members, years they have received the Healthy North Dakota 4-H Club recognition and whether they completed the Family Mealtime Challenge. The challenge encouraged families to set a goal for weekly family meals. The 4-H’ers tracked the number of family meals they ate for a month.

  • LaMoure - LaMoure Clover Leafs, 22 members, seven years; Sow and Sews, 18 members, one year
  • Stutsman - Prairie Pals, 34 members, one year; Country Kids, 18 members, three years, completed Family Mealtime Challenge

To earn the Healthy North Dakota 4-H Club recognition, clubs are required to incorporate at least one nutrition or fitness activity into a minimum of five regular meetings during the year.
4-H clubs interested in participating in the 2020-2021 North Dakota Healthy 4-H Clubs program should contact their county office of NDSU Extension or visit the website at .

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