JEFFERSON — Have you ever wondered “What is 4-H?” or “How do my kids get involved in 4-H?” or “What does 4-H have to offer my child?”
If so, persons are invited to check out Jefferson County 4-H Program at an open house on Thursday, Sept. 30. The event will be held at the Jefferson County Extension Office, 874 Collins Road in Jefferson, from 4:30 until 7:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend.
Returning members, new members or anyone just wanting to know more about the 4-H program are welcome to stop in and say “Hello.” Jefferson County 4-H clubs and projects will have displays showing what they have to offer the youth of the county.
Come see the displays and meet the youth and the leaders that give so much back to their communities.
There also will be information on 4-H in general, countywide programs, 4-H camp and a registration station where assistance in enrollment will be offered. Of course, attendees also will be able to enjoy games and snacks too.
This event aims to showcase the Jefferson County 4-H program and answer all questions.
Persons who have questions or need additional information should contact the Extension, Jefferson County Office, at (920) 674-7295 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org