4-H and Youth

Jackson’s Mill 4-H Council Circle and
Challenge Course has a
New Look

Council Circle and Challenge Course got a new facelift that took place over May 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th. Over the 4 days our volunteers cumulatively worked 204 volunteer hours!

Many THANKS to those who worked:

Rusty Hixenbaugh Collage
Elena Garton
Brandy Rose
Beth Skidmore
Ike Skidmore
Gypsy Denzine
Anthony Simms
Alexandria Crabtree
Katlyn Fullen
Allison Daugherty
Ryan Butler
Corey Jenkins
Shelby Blankenship
Josh McCartney

Special thanks to the Jackson’s Mill Staff who helped prep for the work and provide much of the building materials and supplies.

Cavios Whittt, Douglas, Jamie, and Bob from LCHS who helped out during their regular Jackson’s Mill visit.



4-H & Facebook

4-H, The Largest Youth Development Organization, Hits 400,000 Facebook Supporters

4-H is proud to announce a major milestone in its social media strategy—exceeding 400,000 supporters on the program’s Facebook page. With more Facebook engagement than any other youth development program, 4-H serves more than 7 million young people around the world with year-round, hands-on learning opportunities.

“The 4-H Facebook page launched in October 2005 with great interest, however it’s really taken off in the past year with nearly 50 percent increase in our fan base,” said Donald T. Floyd, Jr., National 4-H Council president and CEO. “We plan to continue to drive active engagement online among 4-H’ers, alumni, parents and supporters who are all incredible digital ambassadors for the 4-H program.”

Join the West Virginia 4-H Facebook page…

or the National H Facebook page…

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