4-H members go virtual

Kewaunee County 4-H Educator Jill Jorgensen was so enthralled with a household science experiment done by a club recently that she could have forgotten that she was not actually there. Like many organizations, 4-H members have had to rely on video conferencing to host club meetings and attend informational sessions. Counties have also relied on the state 4-H organization for other online learning tools to help keep their members engaged. Jorgensen says it has been exciting to see how 4-H clubs have been able to embrace technology during this time apart from each other.

4-H members around the state are anxious to see what events they will be able to participate in this year with several county fairs including Kewaunee County being canceled and the Wisconsin State Fair delaying its entry submission period.


Picture provided by Kewaunee County 4-H was taken last year



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