Scotland County 4-H Introduces Summer Activities

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Scotland County 4-H is proud to announce upcoming 4-H events and summer activities. Since COVID-19 restrictions are being lifted, we are excited to getting closer to normal and serving youth, ages 5-18, and their families. Some activities are virtual but some are face-to-face including our weekly-themed activities at Laurel Hill Park, 14940 Church Street, Laurel Hill, NC 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Youth will be able to join us for fun, hands-on learning (masks and social distancing are required) at the Park.

Summer feeding is held during these hours allowing the youth to enjoy hot, nutritious meals and snacks. For more information, contact Angela D. Galloway at adgallow@ncsu.edu or (910) 277-2422.

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