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Virginia 4-H Contest Guide- Electric Energy Challenge



Authors as Published

Dan Swafford, 4-H Curriculum Specialist, and Andy Seibel, Associate Extension Specialist

JPG, Virginia 4-H Contest Guide- Electric Energy Challenge

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This event is designed to give 4-H members who are enrolled in the youth-based electric and electronics programs an opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge of electricity, the efficient use of electricity, care, maintenance, and safety of electrical equipment and apparatus found on the farm and in the home, including electronics. Safety will be stressed throughout the contest.

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Publication Date

April 6, 2021