Caitlyn Brunner, a member of the Puppy Tails 4-H Dog Obedience 4-H Club, along with other Morris County children and 4-Hers, entered and displayed the many different projects they’ve worked on this past year. Entrants could complete in such Divisions as Fine Art, Craft, Woodworking and Horticulture. Out of the many items Caitlyn entered it was her Fine Art entry, ‘Study Time’ which won her an Honorable Mention in the Computer Related Arts Class.
4-H is a contemporary youth development program that offers youth in grades K – 13 (one year out of high school) the opportunity to build new skills and abilities through hands-on learning focused around a particular area of interest.
The fundamental 4-H ideal of practical, “learn by doing,” experiences encourage youth to experiment, innovate and think independently. 4-H programs are offered through school-based, after-school and camp settings and within community clubs.
For more information about 4-H clubs or becoming a 4-H volunteer, visit the 4-H website at http://morris.njaes.rutgers.edu or contact the 4-H office (973) 285-8300 x3 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. 4-H programs are offered to all youth, grades K -13, on an age-appropriate basis without regard to race, color, sex, national origin, or disability.