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4-H Summer Updates

Energy Express is still recruiting children for its summer reading program. While the program will not be meeting in person, it is free. The program runs June 22 - July 31, 2020. It is open to children entering 1st - 6th grade as well as repeat Kindergartners. More information about the program and registration can be found at WVU Energy Express.

If you missed one of our virtual 4-H workshops or wanted to review the activities, you can register to watch archived videos.

4-H News Update May 24 - 31

West Virginia 4-H is hosting virtual workshops to help youth and their families learn about fun topics and the 4-H program.  We will use the Zoom platform to host these workshops. 

Workshops for the week of May 26 - 29 are:

4-H News Update May 17 - 23

West Virginia 4-H is hosting virtual workshops to help youth and their families learn about fun topics and the 4-H program. We will use the Zoom platform to host these workshops. Participants must be between the ages of 9 - 21 (or will turn 9 by September 30, 2020).

Workshops for the week of May 18 - 22:

4-H News Update May 10-16

West Virginia 4-H is hosting virtual workshops to help youth and their families learn about fun topics and the 4-H program. We will use the Zoom platform to host these workshops. This week's workshops will focus on topics like career exploration and canning. Participants must be between the ages of 9 - 21 (or will turn 9 by Sept. 30th, 2020). 

Workshops for the week of May 11 - 15: 

STEMCARE Soap Challenge

 

Hey West Virginia families, join us in participating in the Rube Goldberg “Bar of Soap Video Challenge!”

4-H News Update May 3 - 9

West Virginia 4-H is hosting virtual workshops to help youths and their families learn about fun topics and the 4-H program. We will use Zoom to host these workshops. This week, workshops will focus topics like tree parts, forest products and birds. Participants should be between the ages of 9 - 21 (or will turn 9 by September 30, 2020).

Workshops for the week of May 4th are:

Join us to learn more about these topics. If you enjoy the workshop, we will share information about how you can continue learning about forestry or birds through an at-home 4-H project on the topic.