The Jefferson County 4-H Teen Leader Club will meet at 6:15 p.m. Monday in the conference room of the Jefferson County Cooperative Extension office, 500 Idaho St.
According to Pia Woods, county Extension agent- 4-H Youth Development, this 4-H project club is designed to engage Jefferson County teens in experiential leadership and life skills development through the use of 4-H research-based curriculum. Teens will be actively involved in planning and conducting county 4-H workshops and camps, and will have opportunities to serve in other leadership roles on the county, district and state levels and also serve as 4-H program spokesmen.
A variety of leadership activities are planned for this program year, Woods said, including a spring break trip to the Arkansas 4-H Center, the ExCEL (Experience the Challenge, Experience the Leadership) Ropes Course and the State Capitol.
County teenagers ages 13-19 are invited to join the club. Membership is free. Interested parents and adult volunteers are invited to attend this meeting as well.
For additional information, contact the Jefferson County Cooperative Extension Service, University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture, at 870-534-1033 or e-mail email@example.com.
4-H is a community where more than 6.5 million young people learn leadership, citizenship and life skills. Learn more about the 4-H adventure at www.kidsarus.org.