The 4-H clubs in Red River recently held the Junior Leader October meeting and 3R HYPE (Redoing Red River) project. Local 4-H agent Jacque Fontenot said, “The purpose of this project is for them to look for ways that they can help in their parish and complete a project by writing a grant. I’m proud of all of their good ideas!”
4-H Olympics is coming soon for middle schoolers. The state 4-H said, “Come and join us at Grant Walker 4-H Educational Center! Registration is filling up quickly for the Outdoor Olympics Program! With a cap of 30 youth, be sure to reserve your child’s spot today at the following link:
This program is open to all current 7th-8th grade 4-H members, and will focus on topics including healthy living, fitness, youth mental health, and nutrition. Participating youth will form teams and compete in an Olympic-themed assortment of fun and active lessons and recreational activities!
If you are interested in serving as a parent chaperone or adult volunteer, please reach out to 4-H Program Coordinator, Adam O’Malley, at AOMalley@agcenter.lsu.edu for additional information on how to serve! You may also reach out to your local 4-H office for additional information regarding the program.
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