4-H Virtual Programming Offers New Ways to Connect!

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October was a busy month for Anson County 4-H with the celebration of National 4‑H Week which was highlighted locally by two virtual programs. The Anson Youth Leadership Forum which was held on October 4, 2021, hosted panelists Jarvis Woodburn, Chairperson of the Anson County Board of Commissioners, and Ray Allen, Interim County Manager. Youth participants representing HOLLA!, The Angela Caraway Foundation, and Anson County 4-H were able ask questions and get feedback from their local government officials. The youth had great questions and the panel offered great insight and advice. Then on October 7, Studio 256 Karate Mati Club hosted an interactive karate workshop. Owner and karate instructor Derrick Edwards and his son Garrett Edwards (also an instructor) gave tips on staying active and healthy. The father-son duo also gave several techniques and demonstrations – with one demonstration ending in a flip! The Youth Leadership Forum as well as the 256 Karate Mati Club Karate Workshop were recorded and are available for viewing on the N.C. Cooperative Extension – Anson County Center YouTube channel.

Anson 4-H Youth ForumAnson 4-H Karate Workshop

While we miss our normal in-person programming, Anson County 4-H is committed to finding new ways to connect and deliver programming. Stay tuned for upcoming 4-H programming and events!