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New 4-H Project Clubs Formed

Are you looking for a fun afterschool activity? Howard County 4-H has something for you!

Nashville, Ark. – Are you looking for a fun afterschool activity? Howard County 4-H has something for you! Based on popular demand, two new clubs have been formed.

The Sew Much Fun Club will focus on basic sewing techniques and quick projects. The first meeting will be October 6, 3:30-5:30 p.m.

The Food Explorers Cooking Club will explore new foods or techniques each meeting. The first meeting for this club will be November 16, 3:30-5:30 p.m. Both meetings will be held at the Howard County Extension Homemakers Educational Center, 425 North Second Street in Nashville (behind the courthouse).

These clubs are open to youth age 9-19.  The purpose of 4-H clubs is to participate in the youth development educational program of the University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service. Youth in 4-H clubs will learn life skills, enhance leadership skills, and increase self esteem and confidence while serving in a number of community service projects and leadership roles. Members also have an opportunity to compete in a number of competitive activities, attend camps, and eventually earn scholarships. 4-H is a family oriented organization. We strongly encourage parents or guardians to attend meetings. 4-H has something for everyone!

If you are interested in joining Howard County 4-H please call the Howard County Extension Office at 845-7517 for more information. The Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action institution.

By Tina Williams
Program Assistant - 4-H
The Cooperative Extension Service
U of A System Division of Agriculture

Media Contact: Tina Williams
Program Assistant - 4-H
U of A Division of Agriculture
Cooperative Extension Service
421 N. Main Nashville AR 71852
(870) 845-7517
tlwilliams@uaex.edu

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