I'm Kaitlyn Pittman president of the Run-In JM 4-H Club, third Vice President for 4-H County Council and 4-H District 11 treasurer.
Animals are a big part of my life, and 4-H is the best way to get to enjoy and learn more about all my projects. 4-H gives me many opportunities to meet new people, spend time with my friends, develop leadership skills, and self confidence. 4-H teaches me to use my head to think, reason, and make good choices.
It teaches my heart to be kind an understanding. It trains my hands to be helpful, skilled and useful, along with staying healthy so I can live strong and long, so I can someday be a leader in my community.
Along with riding horses and showing meat goat projects I cook, sew, make jewelry, and floral arrangements. I am active in community service projects like: Supply our Students, Fans for Friends and help provide meals for the Ronald McDonald House.
As a representative of 4-H, it is my goal to serve with head, heart, hands and health to become a productive citizen.