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Posted by John on 2012/9/12 11:50:00 (275 reads) News by the same author

On Saturday, September 29th, 4-H leaders from across northern Missouri will be joining together for the cause of 4-H youth development at the Regional Discover the Clover event.


This training will feature State 4-H Staff, including 4-H Program Director Ina Linville. The sessions promise to be fun filled and interactive. Some topics include: "Revving up your 4-H program", "Look what can happen when youth and adults work together", "Helping kids learn", "4-H beyond club borders", and "Creating environments for positive relationships".

Participants will leave with practical ideas and tools to take back to their 4-H programs.

Discover the Clover will be held from 8:30 3:30 at the Grand River Vo-Tech School located at 1200 Fair St, Chillicothe. Thanks to the support of Monsanto, the event is FREE and lunch is provided. All volunteers and prospective volunteers are welcome to attend.

Registration is requested by Friday, September 21st. For more information or to register, please email Shaun Murphy at murphyse@missouri.edu or call 660/646-0811. If you need special accommodations, please contact us by September 21st.

MU Extension 4-H is open to all, for more information on joining 4-H or how to get involved as a volunteer, please contact your local Extension office.

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