Come join the fun at the first Junior Leaders kick-off meeting on Thursday

BEDFORD – Do you want to learn how to be a leader in your community? Do you want to have fun doing it?

If so, then the First 4-H Junior Leaders meeting is the place for you to learn about those opportunities.

The meeting will be held at the Junior Leader food stand at the Lawrence County Fairgrounds on Thursday, October 6th at 6 p.m. 

4-H Jr. Leaders receiving instructions from Extension Coordinator, Lesley Lodmell.

Anyone in grades 7th -12th who wants to be a part of the 4-H Junior Leaders is welcome.

There will be activities like a scavenger hunt. If you are hungry, there will be a taco bar to satisfy your hearty appetite. There will be a prize drawing and if you bring a friend, you can earn extra chances to win!

Why should you join the 4-H Junior Leaders? You will meet lots of new people and make tons of friends and get to help people at the same time learn leadership skills. You will experience lots of hands-on activities to learn how to lead others and help them reach their goals while helping you reach yours.

4-H Jr. Leaders enjoying homemade popsicles at Mini 4-H Day Camp.

If all of this sounds interesting, consider attending the 4-H Jr Leaders Kick-Off Meeting where you can learn more information while having fun.

Jacob L. Burrus and other Lawrence County 4-H Youth in 7th-12th grade learned about their state government through a day full of civic engagement and leadership at the statehouse.

Story by Jacob L. Burrus, Junior Leader Historian