While there are still get togethers, and workshops going on, winter is the off time for the Christian Country 4-H'ers. This is when Alicia Gullidge the 4-H youth and Development Coordinator at the University of Illinois extension begins planning things for the upcoming year. Gullidge said she's putting together new SPIN classes, and making sure things are set for the real start of 4-H in the spring.
Gullidge said one of the things she is planning is an Ag Career day to teach high schoolers about different agriculture jobs. This is the second straight year it's being put on, and she said she loves it because of her passion for agriculture.
Gullidge appeared on the NEWSTALK WTIM Morning Show.