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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- When you think of a 4-H club, you probably think livestock, but it's so much more than that.

There's photography, gardening and fitness.

FOX 4 invited two members of the Jackson County 4-H Teen Entrepreneurs Group, Jazzmine and Jaylin Hart, to share more on the program, and how it's helped prepare them for life as young adults.

If you'd like to sign your kids up for 4-H after hearing from Jazzmine and Jaylin, click here.