Brunswick County 4-H

4-H is a community of young people across America who are learning leadership, citizenship & life skills.

4th Annual Sugar Cake Workshop a Success December 31, 2010

Filed under: 4-H,volunteers — Blair Green @ 6:49 am

Miss Jane Kulesza’s Sugarcake Workshop has become a Brunswick County 4-H tradition!  4-H members made delicious sugarcakes and learned about the history of the Moravians in North Carolina.  Participants also made a Christmas ornament when the dough was rising with help from 4-H alum, Perry Grosch.

Abby and Tyson cut chunks of butter to top their cakes.

John works diligently on his Moravian ornament.

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4-Hers Sew Winter Pillow Cases December 30, 2010

Filed under: 4-H,volunteers — Blair Green @ 10:42 am

Last Monday twelve 4-Hers met with long-time 4-H volunteers Jane Kulesza and Trisha Apple at the Brunswick County Extension office to take part in the Sweet Dreams Workshop.  Participants assembled beautiful fleece pillow cases as they mastered straight stitch sewing and zigzag seam finishing.  The 4-H sewing curriculum for this project can be downloaded by clicking here.

Bobbi Jane is sooooo excited to sew her pillowcase!!

 

Dillon prepares his fabric for sewing.

 

Teens: Sign Up for the Junior Leader Retreat to the Mountains! December 21, 2010

Filed under: 4-H — Blair Green @ 10:42 am

Wayne County 4-H is happy to offer an opportunity for youth in 6th grade and up to participate in their District Leadership Retreat January 15-17 at Black Mountain, NC.  We will be Snow Tubing this year in addition to some fun workshops.  The cost will be $100 which includes lodging, snow tubing (not skiing or snowboarding), transportation and all meals.  Transportation will be provided from the Extension Office in Bolivia.  Space is limited so please reserve your spot as soon as possible but no later than January4th!  Payment must be received before your spot is reserved.

 

Tis the Season to Show Your Appreciation and Support of Our Troops December 16, 2010

Filed under: Community Service — Blair Green @ 10:41 am

Support our troops stationed overseas by sending a free Christmas card from Xerox at  http://www.letssaythanks.com/. Choose from several different card designs and personalize your card by adding a message, your name and hometown.  The postcards, depicting patriotic scenes and hometown images, were selected from a pool of entries from children across the country.

 

Check out the December Edition of the Brunswick Buzz! December 6, 2010

Filed under: 4-H,Newsletters — Blair Green @ 2:32 pm

Please take time to read this month’s 4-H Newsletter.  Highlights include:  “Save the Dates” for Achievement Banquet and Ski Retreat,  Important State-wide 4-H changes, Cloverbud Column.