Getting Back to Face to Face 4-H Programs!

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It’s time! I know some of you are super excited about getting back to face-to-face, in-person 4-H programs, club meetings, and activities. Here is what you need to know.

  1.  We will follow ALL national, state, and local government mandates, restrictions, and precautions.
  2. We will follow the CDC guidance for cleaning and safety precautions.
  3. Our 4-H’ers will be the role models for our communities on how to have safe and wonderful hands-on programs. We will learn by doing and model for others.

Families – ALL family members participating in 4-H events need to complete this training. It should take you about 10-15 minutes to think about how 4-H events should be approached. Please communicate with your volunteer leader about expectations for the meeting or event.

Volunteers – ALL volunteers must complete this training BEFORE planning a face-to-face event. Events must be submitted to the County Extension Director for approval at least one week prior to event. Please work with the 4-H Agent to make sure all best practices are in place for a successful event.

Three youth hold a 4-H #opportunity4all sign in their front yard.

Using our Best Practices, our families can safely come back together in person as we continue to strive for #opportunity4all

Written By

Tracy LeCompte, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionTracy LeCompteExtension Agent, 4-H Youth Development Call Tracy E-mail Tracy N.C. Cooperative Extension, Cabarrus County Center
Updated on Dec 3, 2020
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