The Cadillac Ranch, 10 iconic cars planted in the earth west of Amarillo and a national tourist attraction, has been bathed in green and white by the Randall County 4-H youth organization. Oct. 7 kicked off National 4-H Week, the seven-day 4-H celebration observed across the nation. In addition to painting the cars, the Randall County 4-H group celebrated National 4-H week and its culmination, One-Day 4-H, by picking up trash left by visiting tourists around the perimeter of the cars and into the surrounding pasture.
4-H is a worldwide youth development organization with the mission of creating more effective leaders for tomorrow through educational, leadership and competitive experiences. The Texas 4-H program is a part of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.
(Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service photo)