Become a 4-H volunteer and make a difference in a youngster’s life

Published 8:12 am Saturday, August 31, 2019

By Lauren Nelson, 4-H Extension Agent, Tyrrell County Center

Do you have a special skill to share? Are you interested in working with youth? Or are you just looking to make a difference? Tyrrell County 4-H might just be the place for you!

We are looking for volunteers to lead our clubs throughout the school year.

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4-H clubs meet once a week for six weeks or once a month for nine months, depending on the leader’s schedule.

A club focus can be on just about anything; we are looking to offer our youth as many life skills as we can!

Some ideas we are looking at this year: electric, cooking, etiquette and junior Master Gardeners; but the possibilities are endless.

If you are interested in becoming a 4-H leader, contact me at 252-796-1581 or, and check out our website for more information on our program:

We will hold a volunteer meeting on Tuesday, September 10 at 6 p.m. in the Extension Office, 407 Martha Street in Columbia. Please RSVP.



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