Virginia 4-H Military Clubs

Funded by 4-H Military Partnership Grant



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

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."



Released January 13, 2013


Released September 9, 2014

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.



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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.


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


Released August 19, 2013


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.