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Posted 4/10/20

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Chatham County 4-H creates an educational activities and resource website

PITTSBORO – Chatham County 4-H has developed an educational activities and resource website (http://www.go.ncsu.edu/readext?663540). The purpose of this website is to provide youth and families beneficial resources in a centralized location.

Information contained on this website includes 4-H virtual learning opportunities across the nation; educational activities for youth offered through various organizations (e.g., NASA, USDA); and general resources provided by N.C. Cooperative Extension, as well as other community partners and organizations (e.g., Chatham Health Alliance, Center for Disease Control). This website will continue to be updated as more information becomes available to us.

As Chatham County 4-H transitions to a more virtual world, a news release state, the organization will begin offering educational and fun learning opportunities, that will allow youth to continue developing life skills and giving back to their community while practicing social distancing. For the most up-to-date information, visit the educational activities and resources website and check out the Chatham County 4-H Weekly Challenge each Monday.

If you are unable to access the information online and would like a copy of it, then please contact Victoria Brewer, Chatham County 4-H Youth Development Extension Agent, via email (victoria.brewer@chathamnc.org) or phone (919-545-8303).

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