Off the Hill with Tricia Swenson: Rodeo stars start young with 4-H

27th July, 2016 by

By Ross Leonhart

The Eagle County Fair and Rodeo dates back to 1939 when hundreds of folks from the region came to the county to share in a day of competition and camaraderie. Along with the ropin’ and wranglin’, the 4-H exhibits featured livestock, arts and crafts. Housed in the Eagle River Center, the 4-H exhibits are not to be missed today. This is where the hard work and dedication of local youth comes to fruition. The 4-H association is the largest youth development organization in the nation, helping youngsters pursue interests that range from photography to computers, but we checked in with …

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