Published on Wednesday, 30 November -0001 00:00
This year's 4-H Camp theme was "Hang 10 in 2010." There were 100 youth from 12 counties attending the annual 4-H Camp. Activities they participated in were rock climbing, underwater robotics, learning about healthy lifestyles, citizenship, and science and Technology, crafts, swimming and learning about pythons. They also played games and learned songs and developed new friendships. The 4-H camp was three days and two nights for grades 3-6. Fourteen youth in grades 9-12 were trained to be 4-H camp counselors and worked with Extension staff to provide leadership to the camp.
4-H is open to anyone in grades 4-12. There is even a program for K-3 called Cloverbuds. 4-H is a youth developmental program that offers 4-H clubs and 4-H adventures such as 4-H camp. If you want more information about 4-H camps or joining 4-H you can call your local county Extension Office.