Getting Back to Face to Face 4-H Programs!
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.
- We will follow ALL national, state, and local government mandates, restrictions, and precautions.
- We will follow the CDC guidance for cleaning and safety precautions.
- 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.