How Will You Inspire the Next Generation?

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4-H clubs are made of young people from many different backgrounds. They meet monthly for educational activities. Volunteer leaders oversee each 4-H club, either teaching themselves, or recruiting teachers. Co-leaders help with club meetings. Project leaders supervise one specific project area. Volunteering is an opportunity to share your personal interests with young people. 4-H clubs provide many different experiences to help children and teens to find their own passions and interests. Would you like to learn more about being a 4-H leader? Come to 4-H New Leader Training Tuesday, October 30, 2018, at 7 p.m., at N.C. Cooperative Extension, Henderson County Center, across from the ball fields in Jackson Park. RSVP to Denise_Sherrill@ncsu.edu. Volunteers are always needed.

Current list of 4-H clubs.

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