Mineral County 4-H will be hosting a Taste of 4-H event on Sunday, Sept. 24, from 3-5 p.m. at Camp Minco, located in the Reeses Mill community.

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REESES MILL - Fall is the time to join 4-H!
Mineral County 4-H will be hosting a Taste of 4-H event on Sunday, Sept. 24, from 3-5 p.m. at Camp Minco, located in the Reeses Mill community.
The event is open to all new youths and families who are interested in learning more about 4-H. Current members can learn about a variety of new projects, as well as excellent local and state level 4-H opportunities and programs.
“4-H is so much bigger than many families imagine,” says Margaret Miltenberger, WVU Extension agent for 4-H and Family programs.
“Mineral County has a strong livestock program, but at the same time youths can participate in robotics, county and state camps, archery, leadership development, judging teams, community service, and a wide range of project areas.”
Highlights for the afternoon include:
Hands on 4-H Robotics
4-H Club displays
Archery shoot
Air rifle shoot
4-H project books
Pony Express Horse Club
Games for fun
Try 9 Square
4-H club exhibits
Learn about state 4-H camps
4-H Council Circle service project
Take a break for a hotdog and marshmallow roast!
4-H is open to all youths who are in at least the third grade and/or 9 years old. Children in K – second grades can join club Cloverbud programs. 4-H is about positive youth development through hands-on learning experiences.
Contact the WVU Mineral County Extension Office for more information about the Mineral County 4-H program at 304-788-3621 or email m.miltenberger@mail.wvu.edu