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PDC's - What are they??

Our county has several PDC’s, and I would bet that most of you do not know what these are.  PDC stands for Project Development Committee.  We currently have 4 PDC’s in our county.  Dog, Horse, Shooting Sports and Wildlife and Animal Science. 

What are PDCs?  Project Development Committees (PDC) are developed to provide leadership, oversight, and planning in specific project areas within 4-H. They are typically made up of a combination of older youth and adult leaders. They help organize educational opportunities for the youth involved in that project area, they schedule meetings and trainings, and they work on expanding that project area and getting more youth in our county involved.  If you are interested in becoming a member of a PDC or would just like more information about it, please contact our office at 218-732-3391.  PDC’s are just kicking off for the new 4-H year. 

Now would be a GREAT time to check it out.


Mari Jo Lohmeier
County 4-H Program Coordinator
(218) 732-3391
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