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Wayne County 4-H News

Annual 4-H Achievement Program

Congratulations to all Wayne County 4-H member and volunteers on their accomplishment this past year.

Wayne County's annual 4-H Achievement Program was held at Beech Fork State Park near Lavalette on October 16. To learn more about all the wonderful opportunities with 4-H, please contact our office at 304-272-6839

2021 Outstanding 4-H Volunteers

This year the State 4-H Program will recognize two 4-H Volunteers who were identified as the 2021 Outstanding 4-H Volunteers for Wayne County. They include Dawn Streets and Gordon Fields, both of Wayne. 

Dawn was recognized earlier this fall for 25 years of service to the Wayne County 4-H. She has faithfully supported the 4-H Camp program for many years, serving as our Health Care Provider and decorator extraordinaire. She regularly participates in 4-H Leaders meetings, serving as Vice President, lending her ideas and support throughout the 4-H year. We are blessed to count Dawn among our 4-H volunteers in the county!

Ambassadors Paint Storage Unit

On this Veteran’s Day, our 4-H Ambassadors spent the afternoon giving back by giving our camp storage unit a much needed coat of paint and cleaning our office signs. The next meeting for the 4-H Ambassadors is after school on December 9, where members will have fun and do some cake decorating! To learn more about the Wayne County 4-H Ambassadors, contact the Wayne County Extension Office at 304-272-6839

Ambassadors Paint Storage Unit

International Travel 4-H Club Studies Kosovo

The International Travel 4-H Club met November 11 to learn about the country of Kosovo, the 4-H program in Africa, and sample some food from Kosovo, France, and Italy. The next club meeting is December 9 after school. We will learn more about the beautiful country of Ghana in West Africa. All are welcome to attend. For details and more information, please contact our office at 304-272-6839

International Travel Club - Nov 2021