Carteret County 4-H Updates – October 2023

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Each month we will post our upcoming activities and opportunities. You can access the newsletter below or by clicking the link.

The link, Carteret County 4-H Newsletter – October 2023, (pictured below) contains additional live links that will take you to sites and registration for some activities. You can also visit our Facebook Page for more updates!

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Carteret County 4-H October Updates

On the Calendar

  • 2nd: SALT/County Council Meeting
  • 12th: 4-H 101 Training for Shooting Sports Volunteers
  • 31st: Special Olympics Fall Festival at Fort Benjamin

For club-specific dates, please contact your club leader.

School programming

  • Weather with the Nature School at Camp Albemarle – this is a 5 week series that covers seasons, measuring and predicting the weather and the jet stream.
  • Multiple Intelligence Program (Nature Smart) with White Oak Elementary
  • White Oak Elementary After School Program

Avian bowl

Our senior team (Bethany, Anna and Lexi) continue to practice twice a week as they prepare for the national avian bowl contest. They will travel to Louisville, Kentucky in November to compete!

Looking forward

November 6: Combined County Council and  SALT meeting with a guest speaker and community service project.

November 15-16: National Poultry and Egg Conference

December 12: Cookies for the troops – this is open to everyone who wants to help!

We are currently looking for volunteers to help start a 4-H archery team.

“The primary focus of the North Carolina 4-H Shooting Sports program shall be the total development of the young person.”

Registration is due October 12! Email clbell2@ncsu.edu for more information.

Livestock and Poultry

  1. Youth Livestock Programs
  2. Dairy Youth Programs
  3. NC 4-H Horse Program

4-H Shooting Sports Instructor Training

October 12: 4-H 101; Volunteers will meet at CMAST

Online Risk Management Training

October 28: Hands-on Archery Training at Eastern 4-H Center in Columbia, NC

For more information, email clbell2@ncsu.edu.

We have youth ready to join an archery team, but are in need of archery instructors. Please share this information with anyone who may be interested.

4-H is Making the Best Better

  • Youth participated in the State Avian Bowl Contest. The Junior team finished 2nd and the Senior team finished 1st, qualifying them for Nationals.
  • In honor of Patriot’s Day, Impact 4-H Club of Carteret County, put together over 50 care packet to honor our veterans. They were distributed to the patients of the MHC VA outpatient clinic.
  • Five 4-H’ers shared their 4-H summer experience with the Carteret County Commissioners. They discussed Presentations, Avian Bowl, SALT, summer programming and Summer Residential Camp.

4-H Clubs are a great way to support long-term youth development and build community amongst our youth while instilling essential life skills such as leadership, commitment and nurturing relationships.

For more information about joining 4-H and the clubs we offer, email clbella@ncsu.edu or join us for our next County Council meeting.