State Rep. Graham Filler, R-DeWitt, right, a member of the Michigan House Agriculture Committee, last week listened to testimony from 4-H participants and community fair organizers about the impact COVID-19 restrictions could have on young people if fairs and 4-H programs are not allowed to offer in-person activities this year. “Listening to the passionate testimony from these young people was incredibly moving,” Filler said. Filler welcomed Logan Hagerty, a 19-year-old FFA and 4-H participant from Clinton County’s Victor Township, who testified about the important role 4-H has had in his life.

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