The theme for National 4-H Week this year is “Opportunity Four All” and we shared several of our favorite 4-H opportunities with the Barton County Commissioners last week and these included:
1) Creating Connections
2) Expanding knowledge and growing in leadership
3) Meeting new people
For myself, 4-H Opportunities means: developing the next generation of community leaders!
The new 4-H year began Oct. 1st and the Cottonwood Extension Office can provide more information about joining 4-H!
For an important date to add to your calendar, the 4-H BBQ has been moved to Sunday, Oct. 11 with serving in a drive-through format from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Each meal will cost $8 and include barbequed beef or pork, baked beans, and cole slaw. We will not be selling advance tickets this year. The proceeds of the 4-H BBQ help provide event scholarships and funds for learning activities for youth in Barton County. Please plan to join us!
Keep learning. Keep showing grace and kindness!
Michelle Beran is the 4-H Youth Development Agent in the Cottonwood Extension District. For more information on this article or other 4-H Youth Development resources, email Michelle at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 620-793-1910.