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New Year.... New Opportunities 4-H Flyer

New Club #1 Interest Meeting
Date: Monday, January 13th
Time: 4 p.m.
Approved 4-H Leader: Shawna Fink
Club Focus: “Jr. Vet Academy” – Animal Science, Outdoor Adventures, etc.
Age: This club will be a 4-H cloverbuds group which is open to youth 5-7 years old
Location: Cooperative Extension Office – 707 Pinehurst Avenue; Carthage, NC 28327
RSVP: Online or call 910-947-3188
New Club #2 Interest Meeting
Date: Tuesday, January 28th
Time: 6 p.m.
Approved 4-H Leader: Jamie Troskey
Ideal Focus: STEM (science, technology, engineering, math)
Age: This club is open to youth 5-18 years old
Location: Robbins Public Library – 161 E Magnolia Dr; Robbins, NC 27325
RSVP: Online or call 910-947-3188
What Happens at a 4-H Club Interest Meeting?
We share the fundamentals of the 4-H club. The approved 4-H leader shares their overall vision for the club. We poll youth and families to help guide some of the unknown – best times and dates to meet and club meeting topics. There is no fee to enroll and participate in a 4-H Club in Moore County.
Would you like to learn more and decide if this is something you wish to pursue with your family? Come join us at one or both of the interest meetings!
4-H Age Requirements: 4-H clubs, programs and activities are open to youth 5-18 years old. Children must be at least 5 years old by January 1, 2020 & not have reached their 18th birthday by January 1, 2020.