S.T.E.P up 2 4-H
Short Term Educational Programming
Project Exploration, Cloverbud, Older Youth, Home School, Family Friendly Activities
Watch for Summer Day Camp schedule and programs…..available mid-May
Looking for a fun and exciting adventure and learning opportunity for both boys and girls during Spring Break? Come and be engaged with other youth and take home a fun project.
2013 STEP up 2 4-H (Polk County 4-H Youth Development)
Fun with Outdoors – grades: K-6; March 25th 2013 9:00am-12:00noon
Working with plants, Making Kites, Bugs in the Forest
Fun with Arts – grades: K-8; March 26th, 2013 9:00am-12:00noon
Needle Felting projects, Making Clay beads or magnets, Tooling with Leather
Fun with Sewing – grades: 4-8, March 27th, 2013 1:00pm-3:00pm
Projects using the sewing machine (beginning sewing) and a Non-machine project
**Call for a list of things to bring for sewing – 503-931-2578
All youth are invited to attend, you do not need to be enrolled in 4-H. Cost: $5.00 for materials.
Class size is limited: You must Call or Email to register by Friday, March 22.
All workshops are held at the OSU Extension Office – Polk County (289 E Ellendale, Suite 301, Dallas)
For more information contact: Polk Extension Office: 503-623-8395,
Judi Peters Cell: 503-931-2578 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org register by leaving a message.
Registration: Forms used for all S.T.E.P. Classes and activities.
Family Friendly Activities
- Japanese Exchange program – host a Japanese Exchange Student for a month this summer. Contact: Debbie McBeth
- Family Fun Night at the Polk County Fairgrounds – watch for upcoming dates
Contact: Polk County 4-H, 503-623-8395 E-mail: Suzi Busler or Judi Peters
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