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4-H Discovery Day


Erin Lutts, Fallon County 4-H Leader, shows students different frosting techniques at 4-H Discovery Day.

MSU Extension staff and 4-H leaders from Carter and Fallon Counties recently joined third through sixth grade students at Ekalaka Public Schools for an afternoon of learning and fun. The afternoon was focused on learning about different 4-H projects that students can enroll in.

Crystal and Colyn Higgins discuss robotics and the different activities and competitions that are available.

There were six stations that the students rotated through including: dairy, robotics, leathercraft, cake decorating, Neuroscience, and horse. The 4-H slogan "Learn By Doing" was very well represented at each station, as the students were encouraged to take a hands-on approach to complete every station. Each student was able to take home the items they completed which included: butter, a cookie, and a custom stamped leather bracelet.

Event organizers are grateful to all the 4-H leaders and Ekalaka Public Schools for helping make the day a great success. For any questions on the 4-H program or how to enroll, contact the MSU Extension Fallon-Carter County office at (406) 778-7110.


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