Chase Smith of Wayne County (far left in both pictures) along with 4-H'ers from Braxton and Nicholas Counties provided entertainment at the 2019 NAE4-HA Annual conference! Many of these same youth (bottom photo) also provided folk dancing as members of the WV Dance Ambassadors. #2019nae4ha
Wayne County 4-H News
The Wayne County 4-H Ambassadors thanked Wayne County Veterans on November 11 for their sacrifice and service!
The 4-H Ambassadors spent the afternoon of November 11 up cycling used crayons into snow flakes, Christmas trees, and other designs to give to children with cancer at our local hospitals as a way to help brighten their day!
Many thank to all the volunteers and staff at Crum PREK8 and Fort Gay PREK8 on November 14 and 20, respectively for their willingness to help with the Reality Store program which was offered to the 6th - 8th grades. The Reality Store will also be held at Buffalo Middle School on December 4, 2019. Reality Store is an opportunity for middle school students to learn about the importance of budgeting and saving through a small taste of what life as an adult will be like. For more information on this program, please contact the Wayne County Extension Office at 304-272-6839.
Utilizing resources from Project WET, youth at 4-H After School Sites in Wayne County are learning about the wonders of water during the month of November. 4-H After School participates at Kellogg Elementary, Buffalo Elementary, Prichard Elementary and Fort Gay PreK-8 schools learned about the chemical properties of water. For more information about the 4-H After School program, please contact the Wayne County Extension Office at 304-272-6839.
Below feature youth from Prichard Elementary.