WASHINGTON COUNTY — Washington County 4-H clubs are off to a great start with nearly 100 youth already enrolled and active in its programs. The Top Nocks 4-H Club is still enrolling members who are interested in learning or bettering their archery skills. The Livestock 4-H Club is expanding its focus this year to include not only beef and swine projects, but also goat, rabbit and poultry projects. During the Washington County Youth Fair, 4-H’ers will show their rabbit projects and earn ribbons and rosettes. Poultry projects will also earn ribbons and rosettes at the 2013 WCYF. There will also be a jackpot goat show. Showmanship and grooming workshops will be offered for youth to learn how to participate in these new events.
The Sure Shots 4-H Club has also begun practicing and looks to defend a five year state winning streak in the overall intermediate and senior team scores.
Are you interested in learning to sew and create handmade projects? Then join the Sew Crazy 4-H Club!
4-H Youth Development Agent, Julie Pigott Dillard, will also be hosting day camps on early release days. Programs will center on science.
To learn more about the Washington County 4-H program, visit our newly expanded website at http://washington.ifas.ufl.edu/4hy/. The 4-H calendar lists all activities and events.
4-H is the official youth development program of the University of Florida IFAS Extension and all land grant universities nationwide and is open and available to all youth. To contact 4-H Youth Development Agent, Julie Pigott Dillard, call/email 638.6180 or email@example.com.