|4-H News: 02-08-14|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Saturday, 08 February 2014 09:44|
The Gold Medal 4-H Club will hold an open house Feb. 22 from 2-4 p.m
• Meet members and look through project books
• See examples of completed projects on display
• Club Planning Meeting will begin at 3:30 p.m.
Where: Perrysburg Way Public Library Downstairs
What: Have you ever gone to your local county fair? If so, have you ever wondered how kids get their animals and projects into the fair? Well, it's through a program called 4-H. It doesn't have to be animals. It could be fishing, cooking, hunting, sewing, photography, and more! You can make friends through 4-H while doing fun things like going to camp and making milkshakes! Learn leadership skills and gain knowledge that will help you in the future.
Come to the library to learn about what 4-H has to offers and what project books are available. Enjoy refreshments and make some new friends. The age requirements begin with those age 5-7, who are called Cloverbuds. Those age 8-19 are official 4-Hers.
Those wishing to be part of this or any other 4-H club, application forms are due March 15.
The public is invited to attend this open house, especially those with 4-H-age students.
For more information on Wood County 4-H you can visit the website: http://wood.osu.edu/topics/4-h-youth-development.
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