Bibb County 4-H Summer Day Camp
By Simon Carbone
Bibb County 4-H Foundation Agent
The Bibb County Extension Office will host its fifth annual 4-H Summer Day Camp for Bibb County youth ages 9-13 from 8am-3pm on Monday, July 8-Thursday, July 11.
Day camp will start each day at Bibb County High School at 220 Birmingham Road in Centreville.
There is a $25 per youth registration fee, payable to the Alabama 4-H Club Foundation.
Space is limited to 25 youth participants for day camp, first-come, first-serve. The registration deadline is 3pm on Friday, July 5.
Youth participants will get breakfast and lunch on each day, a t-shirt, take home art items, and invaluable leadership and citizenship experiences. Transportation to a wide variety of activities such as Orr Park, Miller’s Pottery, Cahaba River National Wildlife Refuge, West Blocton Coke Ovens Park, and more will be provided.
Call the Bibb County Extension Office at 205-926-4310 to register or get more information about the Bibb County 4-H Summer Day Camp.
More information about the Camp is also available by liking the Bibb County Alabama Cooperative Extension Facebook page, Bibb County 4-H Facebook page or contacting Bibb County 4-H Foundation Agent Simon Carbone at firstname.lastname@example.org or text/talk to 205-340-1159.
“Programs at this camp will be everything a kid could hope for in 4-H,” Carbone said. “These include field trips all over Bibb County, making and taking home art, exploring the Cahaba River, exploring a farm and much more!”
The goals of the Summer Camp are to: 1)improve the visibility of 4-H in Bibb County; 2)involve youth in learning new skills; 3)encourage leadership and citizenship; and 4)provide a positive environment for young people in Bibb County.
The Alabama Cooperative Extension System (Alabama A&M University and Auburn University) is an equal opportunity educator and employer. Everyone is welcome!