One of the mainstays of 4-H over the past 100 years is the teaching of life skills through project work. Each year 4-H members have the opportunity to complete a project which can range from a woodworking, electric, foods and sewing to various livestock projects and shooting sports. Washington County members who completed a project this year have the opportunity to go on the annual awards trip which this year will be on Saturday, Nov. 22 to Louisville Glassworks and the Spaghetti Factory. Registration is due by Thursday, Nov. 20, noon and the cost is $6 plus lunch.
The 4-H Teen Club will be taking a trip to the Frazier Museum in Louisville on Wednesday, Dec. 3. The cost is $12 plus lunch and registration is due to the extension office or to the club sponsor, Michelle Hayes by Nov. 25. Anyone who has not paid their club dues must do so along with the trip registration.
4-H members interested in sewing this year will have a kickoff meeting on Monday, Dec. 1 from 3:30-5:30 at the extension office. All youth are asked to register by Friday, Nov. 21.
December 1 is the deadline for 4-H members to register for the holiday quilting workshop. There is no cost but registration is limited to the first six to sign up.
The 4-H Sharpshooters will be meeting on Monday, Nov. 25, at 6:30 p.m. at the extension office. After Monday, only one meeting remains for youth to sign up for the club until next fall.