Are you interested in volunteering to help make youth programs available in our area, but feel you lack the skills/experience/confidence to jump in? 4-H offers training and support for adults who wish to volunteer. Next month, a training will be held at the Cook Memorial Library. If you’ve ever considered this kind of volunteering, please sign up for the training, even just to see if it’s a good fit for you. Our kids need you! We would love to offer youth STEM programs again at the Cook Library, and with volunteers, we will be able to do that.
Training description and sign-up info:
4-H STEM Field Specialist, Claes Thelemarck will be hosting a fun training on paper circuit greeting cards on Thursday, Dec. 8, from 5:30-7:30 pm at the Cook Memorial Library in Tamworth. You’ll learn how to make paper circuits and light-up greeting cards using simple materials and be prepared help youth do the same. This activity uses a dash of creativity, a measure of science and a lot of smiles to make unique greeting cards, all while learning a bit about circuits.
You can sign up for the workshop here. The first 5 4-H volunteers to register will receive material kits. If you are interested in becoming a 4-H volunteer and being eligible for this prize, you can complete a volunteer application here.
Please direct any questions to 4-H Program Manager, Greg Hufford at [email protected]