True Leaders in 4-H: Maggie Jo White
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This week we are highlighting 12-year-old Maggie Jo White as our True Leader in 4-H. Maggie Jo has been a part of the 4-H program for 6 years and is a member of the Phoenix 4-H Homeschool Club. Maggie Jo has a passion for theater and Taekwondo. Maggie Jo taught a taekwondo lesson at two of our “STEAM”er Fun summer camps. She has also participated in the 4-H Presentations competition and placed at the county, district, and state levels. Read below to learn more about Maggie Jo.
What is your favorite component of the 4-H Program? 4-H teaches me how to set goals and make a plan to achieve those goals.
What does 4-H mean to you? 4-H means so much to me! I love all the 4-H activities and the friendships I’ve made in 4-H. I love meeting new friends too!
What is your most memorable 4-H moment? Being able to teach a martial arts class in my 4-H club this last year was an incredible experience! Watching the students grow and enjoy learning Taekwondo was really cool! Receiving Outstanding 4-Her Junior was memorable and such a surprise!
What makes you a True Leader in 4-H? I just love doing the things that I love to do and 4-H teaches leadership skills and provides many opportunities to practice those skills.
If you were an animal, what would you be and why? I think I would be a Raven. I would love to fly and see things differently. Ravens are also very vocal and communicate with each other to help each other out. I’m also a big Harry Potter fan! #Ravenclaw