Welcome to Clay county 4-H! This blog is the second in a series that is intended to help YOU, our awesome 4-H members and families, become familiar with all the ins, outs, and expectations of… Read More
Summer is here and so are day camps! While we are not able to hold our traditional day camps, we are offering several virtual day camp experiences. These day-camps are free and open to all… Read More
STEM is the new buzzword, well actually its acronym, but nevertheless I am sure you have heard this word in the news and thought to yourself, “what is this STEM thing, and what is the… Read More
As school starts it’s probably too late to join fall sports, the marching band, or cheerleading. However, Clay County 4-H is welcoming new members any day — every day — and has a full calendar… Read More
Throughout this year, I have heard several times “every child is a winner, that’s why we are giving all the kids a trophy [or medal or ribbon].” But when a child hands back the award… Read More
Clay County teens spent six weeks of their summer participating in Cooking Matters for Teens, a hands-on cooking class offered by UF/IFAS Extension Family Nutrition Program at the Green Cove Springs Public Library.
What is “STEAM”? Science, technology, engineering, agriculture (or art!), and math! It is important that youth have opportunities to engage in these fields, as they instill critical thinking, curiosity, global engagement, and the confidence to… Read More