CLOVERBUD EVENING CAMP
June 13-June 16, 2016
PROGRAM: The Taylor County 4-H Teen Leaders are pleased to offer an exciting Cloverbud experience for any youth in Taylor County that is of Cloverbud age. Come and have fun through classes, games, songs, and snacks while learning about yourself and what 4-H is all about.
WHO: Any youth who will reach his/her 6th birthday on or before 09/30/2016 and must not have reached his/her 9th birthday on or before 09/30/2016.
DATES: Monday, June 13th through Thursday, June 16th (4evenings)
TIME: 6:30pm-8:30pm each evening
WHERE: Camp Towles- this facility is along the Tygart River. Camp Towles Road is on Rt 50 shortly outside of Grafton, Once turning onto the road, stay to the right. The road will fork and always stay to the right. It should keep you along the river. The camp is a couple of miles down the road immediately after passing Camp Towles Nursery.
COST: $10. Checks can be made payable to Taylor Couty 4-H Teen Leaders
REGISTRATION: Pre-registration is required for this Cloverbud Event, The registration forms & payment must be received by the Extension Office by 4:30pm on Friday May 27th.Cloverbud Evening Camp
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TAYLOR COUNTY 4-H CAMP
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June 26-June 30, 2016
“Where once upon a time, happens once upon a day”
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PROGRAM: The 2016 Taylor County 4-H Camp’s theme is “Where once upon a time, happens once upon a day.” Throughout the week, we will enjoy the magic and life messages of favorite Disney characters and films. The campers will complete a service project during the week and some other events to look forward to during the week include swimming, wish boats, the camp dance, tribal games, and much more!
WHO: Any youth who is at least 9 years of age as of September 30, 2016 and not older than 18 years of age as of June 26, 2016.
WHEN & WHERE:June 26-30, 2016 at Camp Towles
If you have any questions, please call the Extension Office.
TAYLOR COUNTY 4-H CLOVERBUD DAY
June 29, 2016
PROGRAM: Come enjoy nature and the outdoors while learning what 4-H is all about. This day camp is intended for youth who are not necessarily old enough to be 4-H members, but are considered to be Cloverbuds.
WHO: Any youth at least 6 years of age and must not habe reached his/her 9th birthday on or before 09/30/2016.
WHEN: Wednesday, June 20th from 11:00am to 5:00pm.
REGISTRATION: Pre-registration is required for Cloverbud Day. The registration forms must be received by the Extension Office by 4:30pm on Friday, June 10th, 2016.CLOVERBUD SCHEDULE
|11:00AM||-||Register at the Dining Hall|
|11:15-11:40am||-||Visit the 4-H Camp Classes|
|811:40am-12:30pm||-||Line Up/ Lunch with the 4-H Campers|
|12:30-1:15pm||-||Assembly with the rest of camp|
|1:15-5:00pm||-||Cloverbud Activities & Recreation|
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West Virginia University Extension Service—Here to Serve You!
The Taylor County Extension program is informal education designed to “help people help themselves” in acquiring knowledge and improving their quality of life. If you cannot find information you are wanting though our site, you can always call or email our office.
The Cooperative Extension Service provides programs in the areas of 4-H and Youth, Agriculture and Natural Resources, Community Resources and Economic Development, Family Nutrition, and Family and Consumer Sciences. To meet and support the needs of local people and communities, county faculty and staff involve local residents in developing and leading specific programs and activities.
To effectively reach diverse audiences, Extension educators offer a variety of educational programs through many methods and media including workshops, meetings, exhibits and fairs, newsletters, telephone calls, letters and individual consultations.
Part of the National Cooperative Extension System
All universities engage in research and teaching, but the nation’s more than 100 land-grant colleges and universities including WVU, have another critical mission: Extension. Extension means reaching out, and along with teaching and research land-grant institutions extend their resources, solving public needs with college or university resources through local programs. With more than 3,000 county offices in the USA, the National Cooperative Extension System is the local front door for many citizens to their state land-grant institutions.