4-H Youth Development program offered | SummitDaily.com

4-H Youth Development program offered


Summit County, in conjunction with Colorado State University Cooperative Extension, offers 4-H Youth Development programs that are open to all economic, social and cultural groups, for youth ages 5-18. Summit County 4-H currently offers 24 project clubs including the Budding Gardeners Club, horses, flyfishing, and new this year, the beef breeding club, sponsored by the Maryland Creek Ranch. 4-H project clubs meet throughout the year. Clubs focus on setting goals and completing their 4-H project and record books for the annual Mountain Community Fair on July 21-23. There are lots of opportunities for volunteers, from becoming a project leader to helping out at the Mountain Community Fair. Check the 4-H website for current programs and dates at http://www.coopext.colostate.edu/summit/4hy.shtml, or call (970) 668-4142 for more information.

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