ALLENTOWN, Pa. — Lehigh County 4-H club offers hands on wood working project. The Neffs Clovers 4-H club of Neffs, PA will start a wood working project this fall. Members will be under the instruction of a skilled craftsman to learn wood working tools, their purpose and how to use them. Club members will work towards making their own hand-crafted piece.
To become a part of this experience youth must be registered with Lehigh County 4-H program and join the Neffs Clovers 4-H club. Besides the wood working projects, the Neffs club offers other hands-on projects such as sewing, as well as other great opportunities to learn practical skills and knowledge, leadership skills, and make new friends.
Lehigh County 4-H partners with many youth serving agencies, childcare centers, and schools to provide high quality curriculum, activities, and programming for youth ages 5-18. We welcome teachers and youth development professionals to inquire about how 4-H can partner with them!
Many educational and fun activities are offered by 4-H in Pennsylvania. In Pennsylvania, 4-H is coordinated by Penn State Cooperative Extension through the U.S. Department of Agriculture. 4-H programs are open to all youths regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or disability. For more information about the above events or other 4-H activities, call the 4-H office in your county: Lehigh 610-391-9840 or LehighExt@psu.edu.
–Penn State Extension