4-H clubs start enrollment for year

By From page A3 | October 04, 2012

Youths ages 5-19 are enrolling in 4-H clubs throughout Yolo County. The largest youth development organization in the country, 4-H teaches leadership skills through practical, hands-on learning experiences. 4-H stands for the four-fold development of youth: head, heart, hands and health.

Among the 10 clubs throughout the county are three Davis clubs — Norwood, Golden Valley and West Plainfield.

“This year we have so many outstanding leaders and wonderful projects to offer the youth of Yolo County,” says Cork McIsaac, Yolo County 4-H Council president. “From vermicomposting to ornamental horticulture and from shooting a bow in archery to raising sheep … we have projects for everyone.”

For more information, including dues and when and where each club meets, contact Delynda Eldridge at 530-666-8703 or [email protected].

Enterprise staff

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