Monday Mania: Vision Board

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Youth, ages 5-14. $5 nonrefundable fee covers materials, tools, and snacks.

One Monday of each month, Scotland County 4-H will host a workshop for youth, ages 5-14 (unless otherwise noted) at the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Scotland County Center.

Surround yourself with positive people. Think happy thoughts. Set goals. Smile, it’s contagious.

We hear these sayings a lot but how often do we plan to practice these behaviors on a daily basis? Vision boards help people layout their dreams and aspirations in a creative and individualized set that is present to remind you of your goals and dreams. It is a plan to continue to grow and be better than you were the day before.

Youth will create a vision board to outline short-term goals in an interactive learning environment in which individuality is encouraged.

Each workshop is $5 nonrefundable and must be paid 2 weeks prior to each class. The cost will cover materials, tools, and snacks.

To register, complete the registration form and submit with payment to the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Scotland County Center, 231 East Cronly Street, Suite 800, Laurinburg, NC 28352.

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Checks should be payable to “Scotland County 4-H.”

Volunteers are welcome to join. Please complete a 4-H Volunteer registration form 1 week prior to the workshop of choice.

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