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Piecing a Story Together
Piecedquilt blocks have been used to preserve the memories and tell the stories ofcountless generations, while also teaching skills and providing pleasant timessewing with friends.
Duringthis two-day camp, we will piece together at least 4 quilt blocks and sewingthem into a mini-quilt or use to decorate pillows, tote bags, or other items.You should bring 4 fat quarters or standard quarter yards in coordinatingcolors and thread. If you have a sewing kit, please bring it. We will havefabric scissors and sewing tools for campers to use as well. You may use 4-Hsewing machines or bring your own machine if you like. We will work on planningand cutting quilt pieces, sewing them together and quilting a finished product.
Participants should bring a bagged lunch and drink each daylabeled with child’s name. Refrigeration will be provided! A parent orgrandparent is welcome to accompany youth.Led by Karen Zika, 4-H Leader
We will experiment with some basicproperties of electricity, and then construct a continuity tester to take home,using the principles learned.Led by: Karen Zika, 4-H Leader
Origami & Paper Planes
Join us for some paper foldingfun! Learn to make stunt airplanes, andorigami animals.Led By: Priscilla Gonzalez, 4-H parent
Association of Woodcarvers and those interested in woodcarving
4-H Health Rocks
The 4-H Health Rocks program is a fun andinteractive program which is an evidence and researched-base healthy livingcurriculum. It helps youth develop lifeskills, in critical thinking, stress management and goal setting to help resistrisky behaviors. It also providesaccurate health information regarding statistics and consequences of youthtobacco, alcohol, and drug usage. Bringa bagged lunch and drink each day labeled with child’s name. Refrigeration willbe provided!Ledby: Kay Bridges, 4-H Agent & Kelly Pierce 4-H Program Associate
Container &Hydroponic Gardening
Kickoff the summer by making several container gardens that participants canmonitor and maintain throughout the summer. Watch growth of vegetables they canthen pick, clean, and eat at home. In addition, participants will makeframes for hydroponic gardens, and start seeds that grow food without usingsoil! Participants will be able to monitor and maintain their hydroponicframe gardens all summer. They will grow food they can pick, clean, and eat, aswell as learn the essential ingredients and steps for hydroponicgardening. Participants get to carry home all containers and hydroponicgardens they create via sturdy cardboard boxes.Ledby: Elizabeth Bustle, 4-H Leader