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4-H Capitol Experience open to 4-H & non-4-H youth, registration ends Feb. 28

4-H Capitol Experience is an annual conference that helps prepare youth for active citizenship by focusing on civic engagement and public policy. At this two day hybrid event, youth will meet elected officials, hear from experts in policy representing a broad range of careers, hear from young people who have made a difference in their communities and discuss hot topics important to youth.

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