In early January we heard from Stock Show executives Steve Bauer and Rusty Henderson regarding the Kerr County Stock Show and what's involved in producing the show.
We wanted to do a follow up with individuals that were in the Show. 
Due to school schedules the students could not make it; but we do have an expert that will talk about the Stock Show experience.
Charlie introduces our guest Jennifer Smith.
 Today's speaker is Jennifer Smith. She is the Kerr County 4-H Agent with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension.
 She lives in Boerne with her husband, Robert and two children Dustin and Corrie.
She graduated from Southwest Texas with a bachelor's Ag Business and from Texas State with a Master's degree in Adult Education with a Teachers Certification.
 Over 7 million youth participate in 4-H each year to become self-motivated, productive, and contributing citizens. 4-H is designed to be a family affair so 4-H parents are encouraged to get involved in the 4-H experience. Ways that 4-H parents can contribute range from serving as a project leader to providing transportation to activities, or even supplying refreshments for meetings or special events. 4-H parents are also needed to supervise 4-H activities. Kerr County has an outstanding group of dedicated adult volunteer leaders as well as a superb group of motivated 4-H members. We welcome your family into our Kerr County 4-H family! Please feel free to contact the Kerr County Extension Office or visit our website at for more information about the county 4-H Program.
 She pointed out that this is county ran and is not part of school district.
Its ran by volunteer leaders. There are 300 kids in 4-H in Kerr County. In the county show there were 217 kids with 418 animals. The district had 90 kids with 195 animals.
Noted that there is more to 4-H than animals. There is trap & sheet, Judging all kinds of things, cooking. 
They have all sorts of programs and different things for kids to do.
She reminded us that the 4-H wild game supper is a fund raiser.  
For more info
For a list of 4-H clubs in Kerr County see this link