2012-02-08 / Schools / Community / Briefly Noted

Putnam 4-H Program Offerings

 

4-H Jr. Vet Workshop Series – Starts March 12th – New Members Welcome. Limit 12 Spots. Six weeks, Mondays, Wednesdays, 6:30 – 8 p.m. – Held in Brewster. Advance Registration required; first come, first served. Open to Putnam youth ages 9- 13. $65 for 4-H members; $85 for non-members.
 
Science Projects Wanted – hold onto your school science project and enter it at the 2012 Putnam County 4-H Fair. The 41st Anniversary 4-H Fair, open to the public, will be July 27-29th in Carmel. We are looking for youth and adults to enter science projects, artwork, crafts, fruits & vegetables, etc., in the 4-H Fair. You do not have to be in 4-H to enter. Your work could be showcased and receive a ribbon. Selected youth projects may advance to be judged and displayed at the N.Y. State Fair in August. 
 
8th Annual 4-H Fishing Clinic: Saturday, June 2nd. Advance registration required. First Come, first serve. Free to first 100 Putnam Youth. Open to youth ages 8-14. Prior Participants are not eligible.
 
4-H Puppeteer Players – New members wanted. The 4-H Puppeteer Players Theater is a Putnam County-based youth development program that combines the magic of theater with community service and peer role-modeling. In an effort to increase opportunities for youth to make a meaningful contribution in their community, the 4-H Puppeteer Players Theater allows youth (ages 11 and up) a chance to make a difference in the lives of younger children through puppet shows. Monthly rehearsals are Tuesday evenings and there is one performance a per month.
 
For additional information about any of these 4-H Youth Development Programs, call 4-H at 278-6738.
 
 
 

 

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