Moore County 4-H Summer Fun Camps Are Full

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summer fun announcement

summer fun announcement

Moore County 4-H Summer Fun has been, well, fun! Even though there are two weeks of fun left, the day camps remaining are full.

Our Summer Fun day camps were  open to anyone and everyone between the ages of 5-18 . After having to cancel the program last summer due to the pandemic, Summer Fun came back this summer with a face-to-face collection of educational day camps, field trips, and hands-on activities that created lasting fond summer memories generated through positive learning experiences and valuable life skills development. Campers visited local farms, learned about barnyard animals, where their food comes from, and how agricultural science feeds us all. They prepared delectable dishes in the kitchen or on a grill from products grown and gathered from local farms. Some gained simple sewing skills and learned to create decorative crafts to embellish their home’s décor. Participants discovered the basics of money management and developed SMART goals for reaching future financial dreams. These programs were presented by Moore County 4-H, the youth development program of N.C. Cooperative Extension, Moore County Center.

To learn more about the Moore County 4-H program, contact the N.C. Cooperative Extension of Moore County office at 910-946-3188.