Summer 4-H day camps a strike for youth

August 5, 2015 - garden totes

Summer 4-H day camps a strike for youth

Summer 4-H day camps a strike for youth

Photo submittedZach Bratten shows his adore for 4-H with his tradition stamp he done during a “A Day of Art” day camp.

Summer 4-H day camps a strike for youth

Summer 4-H day camps a strike for youth

Grissom Yates, left, Josh McCoy, Asher Ginn, Ryan Jackson and Wyatt Cornett watch as dual robots find their approach around a house though going off.

Summer 4-H day camps a strike for youth

Summer 4-H day camps a strike for youth

Jennifer Turley shows Clay Turley, Sam Crump and EJ Farmer how to play a dulcimer during a Gladie Visitor Center.

Summer 4-H day camps a strike for youth

Summer 4-H day camps a strike for youth

Andy Lewis, Clark County 4-H Program Assistant, kept kids encouraged when jolt jars to make homemade butter.

Summer 4-H day camps a strike for youth

Summer 4-H day camps a strike for youth

Above: Autumn Scott and Allie Eury plead what form of dirt would be best for their garden. Right: Zach Bratten shows his adore for 4-H with his tradition stamp he done during a “A Day of Art” day camp.

Summer 4-H day camps a strike for youth

Summer 4-H day camps a strike for youth

Photos submittedDay campers, from left, Clay Comer, Tyler Bourne, EJ Farmer, Clay Turley, Breanna Burkhead, Alex Barnett, Haley Flannery, Kyle Bourne, Sam Crump, Autumn Scott, Hayden Turley, Elizabeth Keller, Emily Comer, Asher Thompson, and Andy Lewis hiked a mile and half route to see some-more of a Red River Gorge.



Posted: Wednesday, Aug 5, 2015 10:04 am

Summer 4-H day camps a strike for youth

By Haley Flannery Clark County 4-H intern

Central Kentucky News

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Summer is a time for kids to have fun and try new things. The Clark County 4-H Program offering 5 opposite day camps to yield a far-reaching accumulation of activities that explored several topics.

“Down on a Farm” day stay was directed toward Cloverbuds from 5 to 8 years old. The events were educational activities relating to farming. From creation homemade butter to planting vegetables in a embellished pot, a Cloverbuds left with their hands unwashed and smiles on their faces.

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