Good Luck 4-H Club invites families to Discovery Day on Feb. 2 at fairgrounds
The Good Luck 4-H Club will hold an open house on Saturday, Feb. 2, 1-4 p.m. at the Good Luck Building at the Adams County Fairgrounds at 9755 Henderson Road in Brighton.
This annual 4-H Discovery Day will show kids what projects are offered by 4-H and there will be project demonstrations and displays for people to view. This is the time for new families to learn more about the Good Luck 4-H Club. People attending 4-H Discovery Day can enjoy a free hot dog lunch with chips and a drink.
The Adams County 4-H program is currently enrolling new members for the 2013 year. The 4-H program is available to youth ages five through 19. Local 4-H Clubs offer a chance for kids to get more involved, make friends, and learn about favorite hobbies and gain life skills.
The Good Luck 4-H Discovery Day is free and open to the public and community members. Families with children in kindergarten through high school are especially encouraged to come find out what opportunities the Good Luck 4-H Club offers for kids.
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The Good Luck 4-H Club offers a “Cloverbuds” arts and craft program for kids aged 5-7. Cloverbuds offers an arts and crafts activity for the youngest members during 4-H meetings and 4-H Saturdays offering something for the little kids to do while their older siblings attend the meeting.
Older children and teenagers can participate in activities including but not limited to cake decorating, showing animals including dogs, horses, beef, swine and sheep; baking, arts and crafts, shooting sports including archery, visual arts oil painting, photography, ceramics and much more.
During 4-H Discovery Day, children will be able to experience various hands-on projects and be able to ask questions about the 4-H program. For more information, call Gloria Cundall at 303-659-5559.
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