4-H now available for home school
Article Author: Greg Paxton, County Extension Agent
The 4-H program has been offering programming and education to youth in grades 4-12 for over 100 years. In Polk County 4-H age youth have the opportunity to join and become active in 4-H and learn leadership citizenship and life skills.
The Polk County 4-H clubs are now offering home school youth the opportunity to join 4-H in a club setting. The Polk County 4-H Home School Club meets monthly at Beech Springs Baptist Church on Horns Creek Road in Ocoee, Tennessee. Home School youth have the opportunity to participate in the many different projects and programs offered by the 4-H Program. Youth cooperate and learn with other home school youth in a club setting.
All home school youth in Polk County who are in 4th through 12th grade are welcomed and encouraged to attend. The next monthly meeting will be on November 15th at 1:30 P.M. For more information or to sign up contact the Polk County 4-H Office at 338-4503.
The Polk County 4-H Clubs is a program of the University of Tennessee and provides equal opportunities in programming.
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