by Justin Kree
ODESSA- Traditionally, the 4-H club is known as an Agricultural club, but that was back then. Today, there are so many more events that your child can take part in. Ector County 4-H needs your child to sign up to be apart of this 100 year old club.
"Traditional events are ones as you said, agriculture. There are other great things as well such as government, leadership opportunities, fashion, sewing and cooking as well," Jacquelyn Warnock with Family and Consumer Sciences for Ector County, said.
Right now, the club is in need of more kids. They only have 46 members.
School children between 3rd and 12th grade can sign up to be apart of the club.
Casey Lewis started showing goats when he was ten years old, now he's the President of the Ector County chapter.