Wakulla 4-H will offer a variety of day camp options this summer. The full array of statewide virtual and in-person options will be released later this spring. However, Wakulla will be opening local county day camp registration on March 15.
Family & Consumer Sciences agent Samantha Kennedy will be offering her popular cooking camp at the Wakulla Extension office located at 84 Cedar Avenue in Crawfordville. Dates & rate to be announced.
A weekly 4-H summer day camp will be offered at the Wakulla County Community Center at 318 Shadeville Road in Crawfordville for Kindergarten through 8th grade. Early drop off will be available beginning at 7 am and late pick up will run until 6 pm. Camp begins June 7 and will continue through August 5.
Each week of camp will feature a theme and include specialty activities such as archery, STEM projects, cooking, animal science, and more.
The weekly camp rate is set at $200. Camp registration fees include lunch, snacks, and all activity materials. Need-based scholarships are available. Scholarship applications may be requested when registration opens.
4-H camp follows a 1 to 10 adult to youth supervision ratio. Camp staff are screened and trained to implement positive youth development strategies. Currently, the state 4-H COVID19 protocol requires masks for all 4-H activities.
Teens in grades 9 -12 may apply to be volunteer counselors. Volunteer hours earned serving at 4-H camp qualify for Bright Futures service credit.
For more information, contact Haley Bare at email@example.com or 850-901-7092.
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