Wolfforth, Texas – August 10, 2016
Area youth meet to develop leadership and communication skills
The Frenship 4-H Club meets September 6 at Heritage Middle School Library located at 6110 73rd Street in Lubbock. The meeting begins at 6:30pm and anyone interested in 4-H is encouraged to attend. This meeting will be the first meeting of the project year; area youth are invited to join 4-H to learn leadership and develop communication skills. The Club will be serving refreshments and 4-Hers will be on-hand to display project boards and discuss opportunities for area youth in different project disciplines. Lubbock County Extension Agent Ronda Alexander will speak about “4-H 101”. Throughout the year, there are many different projects youth can learn about including various livestock projects, shooting sports, entomology, food competition, and photography just to name a few. “4-H is full of fun activities and is a great way to learn new things ,” Tyler Racca, a Frenship 4-H club member said.
The Frenship 4-H Club meets on the first Tuesday of every month from September through May. Each monthly meeting includes a project activity and recreation. 4-Hers also have the opportunity to participate in monthly community service projects that the Club coordinates.
For more information, contact Frenship 4-H Club leaders Adina Stutzman 806-777-9844 or Jill Schwertner 806-777-4432
About Frenship 4-H Club
The Frenship 4-H Club is a local club in Wolfforth, Texas and is part of the Lubbock County, Texas 4-H Council. Members participate in a number of different projects throughout the year and share their learnings in monthly gatherings. Their involvement in these activities allows them to pursue the 4-H motto, “To make the best better.”