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  • New Cloverbud Program in Long County

    By: Shelby Mumma Our local county program started hosting monthly Cloverbud Club meetings during the school year yesterday from 3:30-4:30pm at the Long County Extension Office. We will also conduct a Cloverbud Camp Week during the summer with local trips and activities each morning for a whole week. We’ve gotten asked several times over the…

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  • By: Shelby Mumma With 4-H being such a hands-on program, it has been hard to keep the numbers up through COVID. However, like everyone else, we are doing our best with what we have. Something that has been added to the program recently is the chance for 4th – 12th graders to join the Cotton…

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  • Long County 4-H Searching for Volunteers

    By: Shelby Mumma If you are a parent who has a student in 4-H that would like to chaperone on future trips, have an interest in starting back up a special interest club, or are retired and looking for something to keep you busy, you should apply to be a Volunteer! Everyone knows the struggle…

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  • Long County 4-H Summer Programming Update

    By: Shelby Mumma The first week of June was a busy one for us as 8 students traveled to Rock Eagle 4-H Center in Eatonton, GA to experience Cloverleaf Camp for the first time! Students had a blast learning about Native American heritage, swimming, hiking, making crafts, playing games, holding snakes, canoeing, doing archery and…

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  • Summer Programming for 4-H

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