Basic Summary: 2023

The 4-H Summer Learning Series, an engaging and enriching experience for youth participants, always promises an array of exciting workshops and dynamic presenters.

Aimed at fostering holistic development, the 2023 series offered diverse workshop sessions covering topics ranging from STEM exploration to arts and crafts to leadership skills.

In 2023, youth participants enjoyed hands-on activities, interactive discussions, and collaborative projects that not only enhanced their knowledge but also cultivated essential life skills.

Led by passionate and knowledgeable presenters, the 2023 workshops provided a unique opportunity for young minds to learn, grow, and connect with like-minded peers. From environmental stewardship to creative expression, the 4-H Summer Learning Series is inspire curiosity and empowers the next generation of leaders.

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