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4-H open to home-schoolers
Emily Mote

Warren County 4-H is now providing a way for home-schooled students to get involved in the club and start their 4-H careers.

The group is open to any current Warren County 4-5 grade homeschool student. 4-H Extension agent Emily Mote believes there is a need for this program. 

Throughout the year, participants will have the opportunity to compete in monthly contests focusing on photography, public speaking, and creative arts and design, as well as participating in educational lessons. This year’s lesson theme is environmental education.

“The 4-H Homeschool Club allows homeschool students to network with others and begin developing their communication, citizenship and leadership skills. 4-H allows youth to explore project groups, meet people with like interests, and prepare for their future in a fun environment,” said Mote. 

Homeschooled students in grades 6-12 are invited to join the Junior or Senior Honor Clubs. 

For more information about the Homeschool 4-H Club, Junior or Senior Honor Club, contact Mote at (931) 473-8484.