4-H Interest Meeting for the Community

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Interested for the youth in your family to gain the skills needed to be successful?

On Monday, March 5th, starting at 6 p.m. at the Scotland County Extension Center at 231 East Cronly Street, Suite 800, Laurinburg, NC. Scotland County 4-H program will host an interactive interest meeting for parents and youth, as well as adults who are interested in being involved with the 4-H program. Find out how to start a club, join a club, or volunteer to make a difference in young people’s lives.

4-H is the youth development program of North Carolina Cooperative Extension and is open to youth ages 5 to 19. 4-H introduces youth to projects from culinary to photography, gardening, robotics and coding, leadership and community service and develop life skills.

Come explore workshops, camps, trips and other adventures through 4-H membership. Youth who are involved in 4-H projects gain self-confidence, independence, public speaking skills and generosity, among other life skills. Plus, it is FREE to join!

Events are tailored to youth interests and include a range of social, educational and community service activities. Scotland County 4-H is a safe space where youth can freely express their ideas and concerns, assume active roles in their own development and form friendships with other youth in our community.

For more information, contact Angela D. Galloway, Extension Agent of 4-H Youth Development at (910) 277-2422 or adgallow@ncsu.edu.