Taylor County 4-H is offering a variety of hands-on educational programs “through positive youth and adult partnerships” and enrollment is now underway for 4-H clubs scheduled for the 2013-2014 school year.
“Through 4-H clubs youth learn a variety of life skills such as, gun and archery skills, culinary and nutrition skills, clothing construction, equine care, livestock showmanship, physical fitness and Parliamentary procedures,” 4-H Extension Agent Abbey Tharpe said. “This volunteer-led organization equips youth to be leaders in their community and promotes healthy lifestyles that will last a lifetime.”
The clubs planned for this school year include the 4-H Horse Club, 4-H Livestock Club, 4-H Sewing Club, 4-H Cloverbuds Club and 4-H Culinary & Nutrition Club.
For more information, contact the Taylor County Extension Office at 838-3508.