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RHMS 4-H Club learning teamwork while practicing social distancing
4-h social distancing

4-H Club meetings look a little different this year due to social distancing.  Lesson plans and activities have been adapted to adhere to state and local guidelines to slow the spread of COVID-19.

At Richmond Hill Middle School, 4-H’ers worked in groups to build cup towers using only a rubber band and string. Students learned to communicate and work together while wearing face-coverings and maintaining adequate personal space. 

The Richmond Hill Middle School students prove you can still have fun and learn something while still being safe.

 Due to fairs being cancelled because of the pandemic, 4-H’ers are creating virtual fair projects using computer programs. Using new ways, they are rethinking the way they deliver the 4-H program during this time.

 If you are interested in participating in the 4-H program, contact Bryan County Extension/4-H at (912) 653-2231.

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