4-H Project Work Day is an afternoon filled with fun 4-H project work. It will allow 4-H’ers to learn more about different 4-H projects and to make items they can exhibit at the 4-H Exhibit Day on July 16. There is a $5.00 registration fee for all 3 classes! Registration fees can be paid at Project Work Day.
You need to call the Trigg County Extension Office at 522-3269 or email firstname.lastname@example.org by 4 p.m. on Monday, April 19 to sign up for classes. You may select three classes from the following:
Fishing - Woody Littlejohn, Leader - Bring your fishing pole and bait and spend some time fishing at the Oliver Pond. Learn some fishing tips from an experienced fisherman!
Cooking – Relissa Torian, Leader - Have fun, learn to cook and sample some delicious treats you can exhibit at 4-H exhibit day. Mm, Mm Good!
Woodworking - Harold Parkinson, Leader - Build a small blue bird house. This can be entered in the woodworking class for 4-H exhibit day to go on to the state fair!
Entomology– Renee Kelley, Leader - Learn how to make a bug collection, you will learn how to start a bug collection and how to display your insects for exhibit.
Electric – Chris Sumner & Pennyrile Rural Electric, Leaders – Make a heavy duty extension cord you can enter for 4-H exhibit day to go on to the state fair.
Scrapbooking – Holly McCormick, Leader – Bring some pictures from home and learn how to make scrapbooking pages that you can show off to friends and display at exhibit day to go on to the state fair! Be creative and have fun!
Gardening — Dr. Tom Rogers, Leader— You will start some vegetables seeds that you can transplant to grow your own vegetables this summer! Then you can bring them in to exhibit on 4-H exhibit day!
Project work day is held at Ramon Oliver’s cabin. Directions to the cabin are: Go east on Old Highway 68, turn right on King’s Chapel Rd. follow it 3.2 miles to 3182 Hickory Hill Farm. You will see a big yellow sign, turn left onto a gravel/rock road. Follow it 1 mile to a log cabin with a green roof. This is a farm road, so drive carefully!
Don’t miss out on the fun, call today and sign up for the classes you want to take. For more information on any of these activities or to sign up call 522-3269.
Educational programs of the Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service serve all people regardless of race, color, age, sex, religion, disability or national origin.
This press release was submitted by Janeen Tramble, Trigg County 4-H Youth Development Agent.