4-H in Mahoning County
Mahoning County 4-H has a variety of events and activities for youth ages 5-19. Over 1,100 members find educational and entertaining opportunities in one or more of the 75 community clubs in the county, as well as in programs such as Junior Camp, CARTEENS, Cloverbud Day Camp, and Junior Fair. There are over 200 different 4-H projects offered, led by 302 adult volunteers. Goats, llamas, horses, crafts, welding, clothing, nutrition, and gardening projects are among the many interest areas available.
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Ohio 4-H Cares for Kids
Ohio 4-H collection drive to donate toys, hats, and blankets to pediatric cancer patients. The Ohio 4-H Teen Advisory Council is asking for YOUR help in collecting these items by the October 31st deadline! Please join the Ohio 4-H Teen Advisory Council and help collect items to donate to pediatric cancer pa-tients across Ohio and the United States!
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