• Stella Shirley (left) and Addie Murphy provide some ingredients for county Extension agent John Beckman to blend into a healthy relish dish. (Record Photo)

After-school program introduces youngsters to 4-H fun, opportunities

Budding 4-Hers

There was plenty of lively chatter and laughter around the table as six youngsters stuffed colored string inside the plastic Christmas ornaments.

It was this week’s project for the Clover Bud 4-H Club at Scott City Elementary School.

The youngsters, who are enrolled in the after-school SCORE program are too young to be in 4-H. As Clover Buds they have an opportunity to learn about 4-H and participate in activities under the direction of Scott County Extension Agents Carol Ann Crouch and John Beckman.

“Most of the Clover Buds are kindergarten and first grade kids who aren’t eligible to become 4-Hers this year,” says Crouch.

 

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