The Energy Express program in Wayne County kicked off on Friday, June 7. We are proud to have so many talented Site Supervisors, Community Coordinators and Mentors willing to work with elementary aged youth this summer to help them improve their reading and provide them two nutritious meals every day! Call the Wayne County office to learn more 304-272-6839.
Wayne County 4-H News
The start of the 4-H Camp season is days away. Confirmations were emailed to all parents and guardians. Below is a summary of important details for each camp.
Cloverbud Day Camp at Mays Chapel: Registration starts at 8:45 a.m. on Tuesday June 11. Drop off times for the remainder of the week is 9 a.m. Dropping your children off prior to these times is not allowed. The only exception is for adult staff with children attending camp. Pick up is daily is between 2:30 – 3 p.m.
Wayne County Kids Day was held May 15 at Wayne High School. Over 300 youth learned about 4-H and Energy Express programs. To learn more about opportunities with 4-H and Energy Express, please contact our office at 304-272-6839.
4-H Teen Camp Counselor participated in a training on Saturday, May 18, at the Wayne County Extension Office. We are thankful for a strong group of dedicated teens for camp next month! The teens include (l-r): Danielle Adkins, James Cox, Grayson Smith, Kayla Smith, Breanna Crockett, Brenna Barnett, and Simon Ballengee (missing Benji Chute, Conner Hall and Cameron Cade).
Two Reality Store programs were held in May at Fort Gay and Vinson Middle school with middle school students. Reality Store is a financial simulation that allows students to get a sense of the "real world" upon leaving school. Many thanks to all the volunteers and teachers for their support of this program.