Lydia Beazer, a dedicated and passionate 4-H member from Kane County, has been selected to serve as a State Ambassador for Utah State University. This honor is a testament to Lydia’s commitment to 4-H, her leadership skills and her dedication to improving the lives of those around her. As a State Ambassador, Lydia will represent 4-H in a variety of capacities, including youth programs, community outreach and leadership development opportunities.
Lydia has been a member of 4-H for nine years, participating in various programs and activities that have helped her develop valuable skills in areas such as health and wellness, leadership, community service and STEM. She has also been a dedicated volunteer, giving her time and energy to numerous 4-H activities and projects. Lydia’s selection as a State Ambassador is a well-deserved recognition of her hard work and commitment, and we are excited to see the positive impact she will continue to have on her community and the broader 4-H program in Utah.
Utah 4-H is a program of the Utah State University Extension Office. 4-H inspires the next generation of leaders, inventors, entrepreneurs and is the nation’s largest Positive Youth Development Program. Utah 4-H offers a wide variety of programs, projects, contests and events from livestock to sewing, and leadership to robotics. Learn more at extension. usu.edu/utah4h.