April 22, 2019
This spring, 4-H teen members(l to r) Emma Galonski, Ella Falcone, Daisy Burns and Abigail Brown, along with two adult advisors, represented New Hampshire at National 4-H Healthy Living Summit in Chevy Chase, Maryland. We recently caught up with Burns to ask her how the trip went, but also what were some wellness issues challenging New Hampshire teens.   ---------------

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Anna Boudreau
State Advisory Council Chair, Natural Resources Steward and NH Coverts Cooperator