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Kickin’ It At Camp Keola

Coarsegold 4H June 2016 4H Camp 2016 FishingWritten by Lexey Jenkins —

COARSEGOLD — Hello and happy summer!  This is our last month of the 4-H year. This month is also 4-H camp, for ages 14 – 18 at Huntington Lake.

4-H camp is a very fun experience, and you can even become a junior counselor or teen counselor. It’s too late to sign up this year but next year you can join our club and go to camp.

4-H is at Camp Keola — it’s a beautiful area and an amazing place.  There are a variety of activities including fishing, water sports, archery, arts and crafts, science, cake decorating and more.

Overall, 4-H camp is a great experience and very fun and I recommend it.

Coarsegold 4H June 2016 4H Paddle Day June 10 bIn addition to Camp Keola, several Coarsegold members attended the Madera County Paddle Day hosted by Golden Oak 4-H on Friday, June 10.

We will also have our end of year celebration on Thursday, July 14, with a water sports day and potluck.

I have enjoyed being our club reporter this past year and am excited to serve as vice president next year.

Coarsegold 4H June 2016 4h Camp 2016 bOur leader is Pat Strimling and if you would like to join our club you can contact her at (559)-683-5149.

Anyone can join! You don’t have to go to Coarsegold school to be in Coarsegold 4-H. You can live anywhere in Madera county as long as you can make it to our meetings.

Lexey Jenkins is the Coarsegold 4-H Club Reporter

4-H Statement: Madera County 4-H youth program is a nonprofit organization for youth who are nine years old or who have completed the third grade and up to age 19. All youth and adults in Madera County are invited to participate in the 4-H program regardless of race, gender, creed, religion, color, national origin, sex, mental and physical handicaps.

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