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WVU Extension Service’s youth literacy and nutrition program receives state recognition

The West Virginia University Extension Service Energy Express program was recognized Tuesday, Oct. 11 as the 2016 Red Wagon Award recipient for its commitment to helping West Virginia youths learn and grow through its summer initiatives.

West Virginia’s Promise—The Alliance for Youth, an affiliate of America’s Promise Alliance, gives the Red Wagon Award to programs and organizations that improve the well-being of children in West Virginia each year.
Learn more about the Red Wagon Award…

Brent Clark

Brent Clark

WVU Extension Program Director – 4-H Youth Development

A lifelong 4-H’er, Clark serves as the WVU Extension Service 4-H Youth Development program unit director, where he has a hand in preserving and improving the same opportunities that he once had for current and future generations of 4-H’ers. Learn more about Brent's work...