About 200 students in Kindergarten through 5th grade stopped by our 4-H Arts and Crafts table during a health fair at Ft. Deposit Elementary School on November 8, 2018.
While waiting to see the doctors and nurses as part of “Kid Check”, students spent time with Lowndes County Extension Coordinator Tana Shealey making colorful holiday crafts.
Shealey said, “4-H is all about learning, being creative, and having fun! We had fun making holiday wreaths, ornaments, and friendship bracelets. Every child who stopped by our table got a chance to express himself or herself artistically. They all made something to take home to inspire more creativity over the holidays.”
If you are interested in having your students or child join the 4-H fun, contact the Lowndes County Extension office at 334.548.2315 to learn more about all that 4-H has to offer!