4-H is an educational program of the University of California Cooperative Extension and made available through a partnership of county, state, and federal governments. The program creates positive opportunities for youth to develop life skills and become engaged in their local communities. The program combines the efforts of youth, volunteer leaders, and University staff and faculty to create a fun, hands-on learning approach to a non-formal education.
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Added August 12, 2014
The world is constantly in need of something. It could be rain, peace, comfort and/or kindness. This year, we decided to make a difference. So we created the S.O.S. group, or The Summer of Sewing. Clara and Frodo Abrahams, Lydia, Mia and Sofi Clark were all very interested in Project Linus (www.projectlinus.org) and the 1 Million Pillowcase...
Added August 6, 2014
The Eureka Granite Bay 4-H Club had the opportunity this spring to participate in a Service Project centered on youth members sewing draw-string bags for foster youth. There were thirteen Eureka Granite Bay 4-H Club boys and girls ages 5 to 14, along with several adult volunteers, that worked together to cut, pin, iron, sew, and finish each of these bags. Prior to the event, many members donated...
Added August 3, 2014
Placer County 4-H is pleased to announce the addition of our 15th club to the 4-H program. The 4-H Youth Development Program focuses on delivering positive youth development in a wide array of projects and programs ranging from Large Animals to Robotics to Public Speaking and Leadership with the addition of new projects occurring every year. The Rocklin 4-H Club is still organizing where they...
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