Inspiring Our Youth with Grain for Goodness
Apr 21, 2020
With the help of a donation from our Grain for Goodness program, the Sargent County Hippology Club was able to go to the Western National Roundup this year. Roger Bopp applied for the matching-funds program through Full Circle Ag and chose for his donation to be given to the Sargent County Hippology Club.
The National Western Roundup provides a place for youth to compete nationally while encouraging teamwork and self-confidence, and while focusing on the 4-H Mission Mandates: Science, Engineering, Technology, Mathematics, Healthy Living and Citizenship. Each participating youth and adult participates in one or more contests and/or workshops. The Sargent County Hippology Club was able to take advantage of being able to participate in this educating experience.
Here is what Kassidy Larson had to say about her experience:
"...this weekend I finally made my goal of competing at Roundup and my most recent goal of being one of the top five teams. 4th place Horse Bowl team is better than I could've ever imagined at 9 when I made my goal....We really appreciate all the ways Full Circle has supported our Hippology team and the Sargent County 4-H program!"
The true appreciation of these club members is incredibly heart-warming and is the exact reason we chose to form a program that not only gives back to our communities, but supports our youth as well.
To learn more about our Grain for Goodness program, or to apply, visit our Grain for Goodness page.
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