4-H Youth Development
over 6 million youth belong to 4-H. In Wayne County, we offer local
and county-wide 4-H clubs, after school 4-H opportunities,
connections to 4-H camps and statewide 4-H activities. Visit our pages
or call our office to learn more!
IMPORTANT 4-H UPDATES
Today is “Absolutely
Incredible Kid Day” (it’s true, look it up!).
Do you know that the
world is a better place because you are YOU?
And we are here to
support incredible you!
Here is how:
Clover Conversations with Amy and Jess – Every Tuesday and Friday morning from 9-10am from
now until at least April 17th.You can participate via web or cell phone - video or call in (or both)!
We can talk about 4-H projects, curricula, the weather, new and exciting ways
you are "doing" 4-H, etc! Just let Amy and Jess know if you have
something you'd like to talk about that requires us to do some research or
gather supplies!See connection
information at the bottom of this memo!
FLX 4-H Learning Launchpad – We have partnered with our peers from the Finger
Lakes to create a schedule of daily 4-H enrichment!Each day, starting March 23rd, we
will post new content to the FLX 4-H Learning Launchpad Facebook page at 10:00am.Like and follow us for updates
videos/materials will then be shared at http://ccewayne.org/4-h-youth-development/flx-4-h-learning-launchpad
within 24 hours.We have lots of
exciting topics planned to cover many areas of 4-H and a variety of ages from
animal science to cell phone photography to cooking to mindfulness – something for
Working with 4-H Leaders – in an effort to continue the club model and sense of
belonging and connection, we have offered ideas for alternative club
experiences and club leaders have shared what they are doing and ideas.This will vary from club to club but there
are ways that clubs may still be able to “meet” while maintaining social
Updates on Facebook, eblast and Website – We will use Facebook to share free or virtual
educational resources that we become aware of that would complement your
schooling or 4-H project work.We will
also use Facebook as our most timely method of communication.Please like and follow us at @4hwaynecounty.We will continue to use our Thursday eblast
to share information and updates more specific to Wayne County 4-H.We will use the ccewayne.org website to share
public health and safety updates and as a method of storing some update
information that is shared via the eblast.
Email and Phone –
we are available via email and, at this point, by phone at the office
315-331-8415.The office continues to be
open weekdays from 8:30-4:30 but staff availability may vary.
Jess email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Amy email: email@example.com
Thank you for your commitment
and support as we navigate these uncharted waters together.Please feel free to reach out at any time if
you have questions, comments, or needs related to your 4-H experience.
“I believe in change. I
believe in the power it has to unite us and ignite us.” - Uzo Aduba
We are here to support
you and help you stay strong, stay healthy, stay engaged and connected, and stay
Watch this morning's Facebook Live update by clicking here.
Amy and Jess
How to connect to
Clover Conversations with Amy and Jess
Join Zoom Meeting
646-876-9923 and enter
Meeting ID: 697 615 159#
Time: Mar 20, 2020
09:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Every week on Tue, Fri, until Apr 17, 2020, 9 occurrence(s)
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Last updated March 23, 2020