Attention TEENS! Do you have an interest in learning more about how local government works? This is your chance! On Tuesday, December 18th, 4-H teens have been invited by the Wayne County Board of Supervisors to attend a monthly Supervisor meeting and see first-hand how decisions are made and county government is run! Sit side by side with your local Supervisor and join them as a group for lunch; ask questions, interact, and maybe even be present when a huge topic is discussed that affects yourself, your family, and your community! We will also take a tour of County Agencies such as the Sheriff's Department, County Jail, Historian’s Office and/or the County Clerk’s Office – all who have huge reaching impacts on the county each day (tours subject to change each year)! If you are interested in attending this exciting program, please contact Margaret at the 4-H office! You DO NOT want to miss this opportunity!!
You do not need to be an enrolled 4-H member to participate but you do need to register by calling the 4-H office at 315-331-8415 or email firstname.lastname@example.org by December 1st. There will be a mandatory training on Thursday, December 13 from 5:30-6:30 at Cornell Cooperative Extension (or it may be online – more info to those who register). If you have participated before, you are more than welcome to participate again – each year offers a unique experience!