4-H Youth Development
The Wayne County 4-H Ambassadors were recognized during the 2nd Session of the 82 Legislature this past spring. They were issued a citation commending them for their outstanding leadership towards the creation of the Wayne County 4-H Heritage Quilt Trail.
Wayne County 4-H Program
The Wayne County 4-H Program provides a variety of opportunities for youth ages 5-21 years to get involved in positive youth development programs. These include:
- 4-H Clubs The county has several clubs that meet monthly and provide youth leadership opportunities and educational programs. These clubs are led by trained 4-H adult volunteers.
- Camping Program The county offers three weeks of camp – two residential (overnight) camps and one day camp every June. Each camp provides educational programs and life skill development opportunities for youth.
- State Events The WVU 4-H Youth Program offers a wide variety of state programs. Youth must be registered 4-H members at the county level to participate.
- County Events 4-H members participate in a wide variety of monthly county-wide events.
To enroll in the Wayne County 4-H Program or to learn more, please contact Julie Tritz, 4-H Extension Agent at (304) 272-6839.
To learn more about the WVU 4-H Youth Development program visit http://4-hyd.ext.wvu.edu/