By Julie Reno, 15, Press Reporter for Scotts Valley 4-H
Scotts Valley 4-H is holding its next meeting on Oct. 8, 6:30 p.m., at Community Covenant Church, 2700 El Rancho Dr.
Our booth at the Santa Cruz County Fair won a Blue Ribbon this year, as did many of our club members. Our current projects are Quilting, Horse Safety and Grooming, Beginning Dairy Goats, Beginning Photography, Fall Crafts, Beginning and Advanced Archery, and Advanced Ukulele. The upcoming club projects are Beginning Ukulele, Beginning Guitar, Beginning and Advanced Public Speaking, Poultry Care, Poultry Showmanship, Bicycling, and a Cheese-making Workshop.
Club members are looking forward to several holiday events, and community service and leadership opportunities, over the next few months.
The Scotts Valley 4-H Youth Development Program is a place where young people are given many opportunities to build confidence, learn responsibility, and develop skills that will last a lifetime. Youth gain these skills through participation in a variety of projects. There is a focus on leadership, communication skills, community service, and citizenship.
To join, contact the club leader at firstname.lastname@example.org
Website calendar: www.scottsvalley4h.org