Warrensburg Mark your calendars. Oct. 1 is the beginning of the new 4-H year and this is the year that you will want to get involved. This year will be an exciting year for the Warren County 4-H program, we have many new and fun programs and events planned. As a 4-Her, youth will be able to learn about many different topics and engage in fun learning activities that will help them to develop skills that will carry on throughout their life. 4-H programs give youth an opportunity to make new friends and engage in youth activities throughout the State.
You can be a Warren County 4-Her by starting your own club, joining a local club, or being an independent. We are always looking for caring adults volunteers who want to help enrich the lives of a young people by starting their own 4-H club. It’s not that hard, we provide training and assistance to get you started. The best part of all is you can tailor the program to your interests and time schedule. The rest is up to you and your 4-H club!
4-H is a community of young people across America who are learning leadership, citizenship and life skills. Contact Martina Noone at Warren County Cornell Cooperative Extension at 518-668-4881 or 518-623-3291 to find out how you can be a part of this amazing community.