CES 4-H News
August 24, 2016
BURKESVILLE, Ky., (Aug. 1, 2016) – Molly Morgan takes pride in her hometown of Burkesville. As a high school junior, the 4-H’er set out to make the town and Cumberland County a more beautiful place.
“I attended the Rogers Scholars program two years ago, and they really encourage you to go home and give back to your community,” Morgan said. “Burkesville is known for its tourism, because we are right on Dale Hollow Lake, so I thought about beautification activities I could do in the county.”
August 22, 2016
For many years, Kentucky 4-H has been teaching the state’s young people that learning science, technology, engineering and mathematics is a lot of fun. It also can help set them on the path to some of the most in-demand and well-paying careers in the nation. Physics Petting Zoo is one of the unique tools Kentucky 4-H has to accomplish this.
August 8, 2016
A new school year presents a great time for new beginnings and exciting expectations for what lies ahead. Unfortunately, bullying can make a new school year not so great if you are the victim.
If you find yourself in this situation, you can do several things to peacefully resolve it. Here are some tips.