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Teens learn ups,downs of college life
June 30, 2008

Article and Photos by Dennis Brown, WSU Extension


PULLMAN – More than 300 young people – twice last year’s attendance – are in Pullman to attend the 2008 state 4-H Teen Conference.


The event, which runs through Tuesday, offers teens the chance to build robots, hear how the state crime lab examines evidence, learn about GPS technology and much more during their three days on campus.


“We asked kids what they wanted to learn at the conference,” said Jan Klein, state 4-H leadership coordinator based at WSU Spokane. “Their responses were how to get ahead in the future and how to make decisions about college … » More …