4-H Students Learn about State Government in Albany

Teens from Oswego County recently traveled to Albany to learn about New York State Government and the legislative process as part of 4-H. The Oswego County 4-H program is an informal educational program for youth, designed to teach life skills. The program is administered through Cornell Cooperative Extension and the National 4-H Council. Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I—Pulaski) and Sen. Patty Richie met with the students and their leader in Albany at a breakfast event for the students as part of a three-day weekend in Albany. Pictured here, from the left, are Ritchie, 4-H members Joanna LeFevre and Tara Fresch, 4-H leader Cindy Fresch, and Barclay (R,C,I—Pulaski). Call 315-963-7286 to learn more about 4-H.