Anoka County 4-H will host an information night Thursday, Sept. 26, 6:30-8 p.m., at the Bunker Hills Activities Center, 550 Bunker Lake Blvd. NW, Andover. There will be hands-on activities and general information about 4-H.
According to Anna Gilbertson, 4-H program coordinator, University of Minnesota Extension, Anoka County, 4-H lets kids try new things, try new skills and express themselves through fun hands-on activities.
Working on projects helps connect kids with their friends, families, communities and the world, Gilbertson said.
“4-H helps kids gain confidence and develop life skills that will help them be successful,” she said.
4-H clubs are open to all youth, kindergarten through one year past high school and welcomes boys, girls and adults from all backgrounds.
Younger kids, kindergarten through third grade, are part of the Cloverbud program, which promote creativity and discovery without emphasis on competition.
Call 763-755-1280 for more information or go online to www.extension.umn.edu/county/anoka.