Virginia 4-H Military Clubs

Funded by 4-H Military Partnership Grant



Different

"Different" is a 2015 Virginia 4-H Oscar Award Winning Digital Media Project Created by the FT Lee  Keystone & Torch 4-H Production Team.


Released January 13, 2013


Released September 9, 2014


Released August 19, 2013


journey to yourself

Eight youth production teams at the Adobe Youth Voices 2013 Summit held in California were challenged to make media utilizing their newly gained skills, creative thinking and boundless imagination.  Renee and Madison of Prince George County 4-H Military Club were members of the Summit production team that created the video, Journey To Yourself.

As you view this video, ask yourself, "How did they do that?"

Contact your local 4-H program of Virginia Cooperative Extension to find out how you can get involved in 4-H youth digital media projects.

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Show  Me Who You Really Are

On May 7, 2016, the Keystone and Torch 4-H Club of Fort Lee won a 4-H Oscar for PSA of the year for their project called "Show Me Who You Really Are."


Something fearless

Prince George County's 4-H Music Biz Club and the Prince George 4-H Military Club joined forces to use words written by a military teen to create the video, "Something Fearless."  The video depicts why the teen disliked being a military youth, but later realized her experiences made her stronger.  It molded her into being "something fearless."

The production of this video represents many hours of 4-H youth working together, writing, filming, acting, and creating movement and music. 4-H youth are accompanied by the Prince George JROTC Drill Team. The 4-H club members are also members of Speak Out for Military Kids, a program of Virginia Operation: Military Kids. The video is a project of 4-H Virginia Youth Voices sponsored by Adobe.



Decisions - A Music Video Created by 4-H Military Club Members


Military 4-H Partnerships are supported by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and Agriculture, 4-H Headquarters; U.S. Army Child, Youth and School Services; U.S. Air Force Child and Youth Programs; U.S. Navy Child and Youth Programs; and Virginia Cooperative Extension 4-H Program (Virginia Tech and Virginia State University) through grant funding at Kansas State University.


Released May 21, 2012

2012 Virginia 4-h red carpet event

Virginia 4-H's Red Carpet Event was held May 2012 at the  Science Museum of Virginia in Richmond. The slideshow honors 4-H members of county/city 4-H programs as well as members of 4-H  military clubs for outstanding participation in Adobe Youth Voices media projects.

Military 4-H youth recognized for  achievement represent the following 4-H programs:

Joint Base Langley- Eustis/ Eustis Youth Program
4-H PSA of the Year

Joint Base Langley - Eustis/ Langley Air Force Base
4-H Collage of the Year



Prince George County Music Video

Prince George County's Music Biz 4-H Club continues "To Make The Better," through their participation in 4-H experiences that enhance their technical and artistic abilities.  Three  members of this county 4-H club joined together to perform at the local 4-H talent show.  The group which included one military connected youth later performed during  State 4-H Congress held at Virginia Tech.  The strengths of each youth were tapped ranging from writing, singing, performing, and creating a music video.  The music video was featured during a CBS 6 News broadcast.   The lyrics highlight the inspiring qualities of Prince George County, VA.