4-H Camp Brings Youth Outside

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Alaijah Webb is all smiles at the end of the water slide.

The ride home from a week of 4-H Camp is filled with “repeat after me” songs, chants, and laughter, all remnants from a week filled with fun, sunshine, and learning. Eleven Washington County 4-H’ers attended 4-H Camp at the Betsy-Jeff Penn 4-H Educational Center, in Reidsville, NC, July 9-14. 4-H Camp is a residential camping experience where participants spend 6 nights at the center.

Jocelyn Zermeno waiting her turn on the rock wall!

4-H Camp provides opportunities for youth to participate in a variety of activities including horseback riding, rock climbing, swimming, and canoeing, all while learning important life-skills like teamwork, responsibility, and self-confidence.

Tristan Brown-Gilliam and Cristopher Salazar row their boat during a canoeing class.

If you are interested in this, or any other 4-H program contact Laura Oliver, 4-H & Youth Development Agent, at 793-2163

D’Asia Bonds practices her riding on Rusty one of the 4-H camps many horses.

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Photo of Laura Oliver, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionLaura OliverCounty Extension Director, Martin County (252) 789-4370 (Office) laura_oliver@ncsu.eduMartin County, North Carolina
Updated on Sep 19, 2017
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