4-H Garage Sale – Find a Treasure and Help 4-H Youth Go to Fair
The Lincoln County 4-H Program is holding a Garage Sale this Saturday, April 12, starting at 9am at the Fairgrounds. Youth and leaders from clubs in all project areas and from all over the county will be in the Harney Building and Livestock Barn offering up their gently used treasures in hopes of raising money for this year’s county fair.
The 4-H Youth Development Program offers youth from kindergarten through high school the opportunity to experience activities such as robotics, archery, gardening, horse riding, dog handling, raising livestock and small animals, arts and crafts, cooking, public speaking, agriculture, engineering, science and much more. This year promises to be a fun one at the County Fair, but 4-H needs your help to make it all happen.
No reasonable offer will be refused at the Garage Sale, so come see what new treasure you can find and go home knowing you are helping youth in Lincoln County achieve their dreams! If you have an item to donate to the event, please contact 4-H Program Coordinator Todd Williver at 541-815-1515 or bring it by the Fairgrounds Friday evening.
The 4-H Youth Development Program focuses not on projects themselves and becoming an expert in any one area but rather on helping young people learn and grow through an intentional process that builds competence, confidence, connection, compassion and character. Research has shown that by participating in 4-H, young people prepare themselves for economic and social success in adulthood. For more information about the 4-H Program, contact the OSU Extension Office, 541-574-6534.