Kayla Natoli

Bailey Fairbanks

It’s fair season. But in the midst of a pandemic, 4-H Achievement Days will look a bit different for many of South Dakota’s more than 9,000 4-H members as South Dakota 4-H works to keep youth, volunteers and community members safe in counties across South Dakota. SDPB’s Lura Roti has this story.

For more than a century, 4-H members like Natoli have worked on projects that put this pledge into action. And the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic didn’t change that explains Tim Tanner, SDSU Extension State 4-H Program Director.