Currituck County 4-H Newsletter
June, 2019
Upcoming Events
Call (252) 232-2262 For More Information On Any 4-H Events
Click Button To Register With 4-H Online
All youth participating in North Carolina 4-H Programs need to have an individual youth profile in 4HOnline.

Each adult volunteer must have an individual adult profile.

Individual profiles are created after a family profile is created.

Contact your County Extension Office if you have questions or experience problems.
Culinary Academy 2019

Is your child interested in learning to prepare food? Are they curious about where food comes from? Currituck County 4-H is hosting a multi-county, 3-day Culinary Workshop for youth ages 9 to 14. Participants will engage in hands-on cooking challenges that involve food preparation techniques, insight into local food programs, and investigations into the importance of healthy eating and physical activity.

Science Camp

The N.E. District Science Camp will be held July 9–11, 2019, in Rocky Mount, NC. Youth ages 12-15 are invited to attend this fun and interactive camp on the campus of NC Wesleyan College. Participants will learn about forensic sciences, techniques, and skills necessary to solve crimes in today’s technologically advanced world. Youth learn about fingerprinting, interrogation, DNA, electrophoresis, and then work together to solve a murder mystery. Camp fees of $120, cover lodging, all meals, entertainment, and course supplies.

4-H Day Camp
Camp Mesowannago

Camp Mesowannago Day Camp, held at the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Currituck County Center is the perfect place for your child’s summer fun. 4-H summer day camp provides a safe and fun environment where your child can learn and grow. Youth ages 5 (must have completed kindergarten) to 12, participate in age-appropriate, learning-centered activities that encourage new skills, leadership, independence, and friendship.

4-H Presentations

At NE District Activity Day, Youth ages 8 - 18 demonstrate their public speaking skills by presenting on a topic of their choosing. Youth can win prizes and qualify to attend state presentations during NC 4-H Congress all while building confidence and invaluable life skills.
Electric Workshops

Youth have the opportunity to gain knowledge on various types of electricity. They can take workshops where they can learn how to solder and field trips to learn about nuclear, hydro, solar, wind and wave energy.
More info coming soon.
Happy Trails
Horse Camp

At each camp, youth ages 7-14 will learn about horse care, horse/rider safety, responsibility, and riding styles in a fun and exciting environment. Horse loving participants will also learn the basics of equine science and horsemanship.
NC 4-H Electric Congress

Youth throughout the state participate in electric program activities during the year. At the end of the year, youth complete a 4-H Project Record or 4-H Project Portfolio and winners from each county are selected to participate in a trip that takes place each July to a NC University. Youth have the opportunity to participate in workshops and attend exciting activities such as white water rafting, Carowinds Amusement Park and riding in a hot air balloon. They can win prizes and a ride in a Tesla car.
NC 4-H Congress
At this four day event, youth 13-18 participate in workshops, community service projects and FUN! Youth can gain leadership and social skills and meet other youth from across the state.
Volunteers are the keys to our success in the North Carolina 4-H program. Whether you're interested in becoming a club leader, or just have a few hours to invest, we've got challenging and fun jobs for adults and teens who want to make a difference.

Adult volunteers play an important role in the 4-H program. They mentor 4-H youth, coordinate local community clubs, and help to plan and run events.

For more information on these and other 4-H activities and events please contact the NC Cooperative Extension Service, Currituck County Center at 252-232-2262.

 NC State University and N.C. A&T State University commit themselves to positive action to secure equal opportunity regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, political beliefs, family and marital status, sex, age, veteran status, sexual identity, genetic information or disability. NC State, N.C. A&T, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and local governments cooperating.
Currituck County Center |