4-H Clover Class Series

— Written By Jeanie Edwards
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Join us for a hands-on workshop on how to create the best project record book.

 Youth and families can come in to the N.C. Cooperative Extension Cumberland County Center on October 13 for a quick class on Project Records and Portfolios. You will be given walk step by step instructions. Scrapbooking materials will be available as well if we have time and you can work on your supplemental pages.

Cost: FREE

Date: October 13, Thursday

Time: 5:30 p.m. – 6:45 p.m.

Register through Eventbrite.

Youth must be enrolled in 4-H Online to attend.

Accommodation requests related to a disability should be made 10 days prior to the event to Jessica Drake at 910-321-6867 or jessica_drake@ncsu.edu

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Jeanie Edwards, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionJeanie EdwardsAdministrative Support Specialist, 4-H Youth Development Call Jeanie Email Jeanie N.C. Cooperative Extension, Cumberland County Center
Posted on Oct 3, 2022
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