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Voices of Hawaii's 4-H History Project

Cooperative Extension Service celebrated its Centennial Year in 2014, an to increase public awareness of Cooperative Extension and its 4-H Youth Development Program, the "Voices of Hawaii'i 4-H History" project was launched. The goal of this project was to capture the recollections of former members, leaders, volunteers, and staff via video recordings that reflected personal and community-based 4-H History. This oral history project helped to illustrate and preseve Hawaii 4-H rich history.

Two Youth-Adult Partnership teams, each consisting of two teens and one adult respinded to the invitation to work on this project. The teams from Kona and Maui participated in a training that covered interview questions and techniques, project design and management, pre-production, fiming, and camera techniques. Because of training time constraints, teams were encourgae to connect with their community's Public Television to assist in editing and piecing the video together. Each teacher was required to produce a minimum of two videos.

Kona Videos

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Maui Videos


National 4-H History Preservation Program

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