Critter Fun and Much More with 4-H
Come check out cute critters, participate in fun activities, enjoy some refreshments and find out more about the 4-H Coastal Critters Club on Sunday, October 5. The Club is holding an Open House from 1 to 3pm (come and go as you please) in the Harney Building of the Lincoln County Fairgrounds.
Open to kindergarten through 12rd grade, Coastal Critters offers a wide variety of project possibilities, from raising small animals to arts and crafts, photography, food preservation, horticulture and cooking. The Open House event offers school age youth and parents from anywhere in the county the opportunity to speak with current club members and Leader Cheryl Erickson about what they did last year and their exciting plans for this year.
The 4-H Youth Development Program aims to bring youth and adults together to explore new and fun activities that not only teach new skills but also allow them to contribute positively to their community and acquire new capabilities far beyond those needed to complete the project. Youth in grades K-3 participate as Cloverbuds, focusing on exploration rather than competition. All youth may participate in the County Fair, with older youth eligible to receive ribbons and awards as well as qualify to participate in the 4-H State Fair.
For more information about this event, please contact Leader Cheryl Erickson at email@example.com or contact 4-H Program Coordinator Todd Williver at 541-574-6534, firstname.lastname@example.org