From the Allen County 4-H:
To enroll in Allen County 4-H – visit one of the 5 sites for information on programs, clubs, and the various educational projects/activities that young people ages 3 through High School Senior – may be involved with.
- February 3 at Georgetown Library – 4-6 pm
- February 8 at Dupont Library – 4-6 pm
- February 9 at Grabill Library – 4-6 pm
- February 10 at Shawnee Library – 4-6 pm
- February 20 at the Main Downtown Library – 1:30-3:30
For more information, call 481-6826 or visit theÂ Allen County 4-H website
From the Allen County 4-H website:
What is 4-H?
4-H is the only federally authorized youth serving organization. It is also the largest youth serving organization in the country. It is a volunteer-led organization that reaches youth through a variety of programs in both rural and urban settings. 4-H provides fun, educational opportunities at the local, state, national, and international levels. 4-H programs are hands-on, age-appropriate, and university-based. 4-H helps youth improve their self-confidence; learn subject matter; and develop important skills including leadership, citizenship, communication, and decision-making that can be applied over a lifetime. For older teens, 4-H also offers opportunities to develop and test their leadership skills as 4-H volunteers and working with youth. For Adults, 4-H offers opportunities for training in a variety of areas including youth development, instruction, and more.
Allen County 4-H website – Allen County Extension Service on Facebook