TROY, N.Y. — A delegation representing 4-H members in New York State expanded their knowledge of state government when they traveled to Albany for the 87th annual 4-H Capital Days event. The delegation included 4-H members and their chaperones from counties across the state.
Representing Cornell Cooperative Extension Rensselaer County 4-H were Kaylie Millar of Averill Park and Olivia Rose of Albany. Eileen DePaula, 4-H Program Coordinator accompanied the delegates.
During this year’s event, 4-H members met with leaders in state government, members of the court system, and officials from a variety of state agencies. The delegates also toured the New York State Capitol, visited the Corning Tower, the New York State Museum and other significant features of the area.
The New York State Association of Cornell Cooperative Extension 4-H Educators sponsored the 4-H Capital Days program. For more information about this and other programs offered by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rensselaer County, please call 518-272-4210. No one shall be denied the opportunity to participate or receive information based on their ability to pay. If you have special needs that we can accommodate please let us know at the time of your call.
–CCE, Rensselaer County