Scotland County Farm Tour
Join us April 21st for a tour of some of Scotland County's local farms. Catered lunch included. Transportation provided. For complete info and to register, visit www.scotlandgrows.com
Tour is limited to the first 50 people registered. Lunch tickets will be given out at first stop on the tour.
Sponsored by: Scotland County Tourism Authority, NC Cooperative Extension, Scotland County office and Growing Change.
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We are looking for youth, ages 13-18 who are interested in learning skills and engaging in fun and educational experiences that may assist with their career paths.
The NC 4-H Healthy Living Summit will include hands-on, interactive workshops that'll focus on all aspects of "healthy living" and provide students a place to gain information and increase knowledge, help inspire career paths and help participants to create action plans to implement in their communities to teach other youth about what they have learned when they return home.
Check out this highlight video from last year's summit and check out some inspiring messages our 4-Hers sent LaToyia Jones, last years guest speaker.
2017 Highlight Video:
DEADLINE TO REGISTER IS Friday, March 9, 2018
So how do I become a part of this great opportunity?
- Contact the Scotland County 4-H Center at 231 East Cronly Street, Suite 800, Laurinburg, NC (910) 277-2422 to speak with Angela D. Galloway, 4-H Extension Agent of 4-H Youth Development.
- Complete a 4-H enrollment form (FREE); parent/guardian must sign
- Register for the NC 4-H Healthy Living Summit
- Attend a pre-summit meeting to meet the other youth who will attend from Scotland County
4-H County Activity Day(CAD) is an opportunity for 4-H youth, ages 5-18 to showcase their talents,demonstration and public speaking skills. Youth representing Scotland County may compete in and of the thirty-three presentation categories ranging from agriculture science to beef char-grill, as well as public speaking and open class. In 2014, 4-H added science fair as a new category allowing youth who maybe hesitant to speak before an audience, an opportunity to practice their presentation skills. Youth are separated in competition by category topic and age. The 5-8 year olds are classified as Cloverbuds and receive participation ribbons; There are three competitive categories: 9-10, 11-13, and 14-18.
For more information of categories and awards, click the link for more information.
Deadline to register is Monday, April 30th
To register complete the form and return to the Scotland County 4-H Center at 231 East Cronly Street, Suite 800, Laurinburg, NC or email to email@example.com by the deadline. https://goo.gl/forms/lfxEVGTjfXCw0uTE3
4-H Monday Mania Workshop (ages 5-14) Monday, May 14, 2018 5:30pm-7pm Cost: $3 at Scotland Ext. Center, Laurinburg, NC Deadline to register Friday. May 4,2018
Come and learn the proper way to dine, set a dinner table, etiquette and have a great experience with a 3-course meal.