Nacogdoches County 4-H’ers will begin their new year with the Annual 4-H Kick-Off Celebration from 4:00-6:00 PM Tuesday, September 16 at the Nacogdoches County Extension Office in Nacogdoches. This event is open to anyone interested in joining 4-H.
Highlights of the event include a special recognition of Josh Davis for receiving the 4-H Gold Star Award by County Agents Ricky Thompson and Claudann Jones. 4-H alumni are encouraged to attend and join the activities. Current and potential 4-H members will also be taking part in special activities and contests throughout the afternoon. Parents will receive information on 4-H Projects and Clubs in the county. County Judge Mike Perry and Commissioners will be on hand to sign the 4-H Proclamation in honor of National 4-H Week. The Nacogdoches County Horse Quiz Bowl team will be on hand to provide demonstrations and get the audience involved in quiz bowling as well.
4-H offers over 50 different projects and a wide range of activities and events for members to choose from, ranging from workforce preparation to fashion, from health to performing arts, from animals to the environment. 4-H Youth Development programs provide hands-on learning, leadership, citizenship and life skills. 4-H offers many exciting chances for youth to have fun, but also learn by doing. Such chances are Teen Leadership Conferences, County Fairs and Achievement Days, 4-H Camp, and State Fairs, just to name a few.
4-H has always been about making the best better. Take that step towards a better future and join the largest youth development organization. So many adventures are waiting for you! Please contact the Nacogdoches County Extension Office at 936-560-7711 for more information.
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