John Fisher with United Launch Alliance presents a matching time grant of $500.00 to Morgan County 4-H. Fisher, a volunteer with 4-H, was able to volunteer more than 70 hours to Morgan County 4-H over the past year qualifying Morgan County 4-H as a recipient of this donation. Morgan County 4-H thanks Mr. Fisher for his service and thanks ULA for their donation and willingness to contribute to programs that empower young people with the skills to lead for a lifetime.
Alabama Cooperative Extension Morgan County offers Forestry, Wildlife and Natural Resource Management researched base advice and educational classes with Regional Extension Agent Spenser Bradley. Spenser presents programs and answers questions from clients including Recreational Fish Pond, Wildlife Damage, Green Fields, Natural Resource Management and much more.
The Extension Urban Youth Program in Morgan County offers events to youth throughout the year such as the Teens and Tweens Empowerment Conference held in the summer where they engage in team building exercises. Pictured here the students work to prepare ice cream in a bag.
Want to get involved in the greatest youth program happening in your community? Then join 4-H and bring a friend along with you. 4-H is your passport to adventure!