University of Maryland Extension

Training for 4-H Teen Leaders

Thursday, August 15th and Friday, August 16th we will be training 4-H Teens to do Healthy Living Tours of local Walmart Stores emphasizing 4 main keys to healthy shopping on a budget!  The teens will receive 60 Service Learning - Volunteer Hours towards their school graduation requirements, will receive travel costs and incentives for conducting at least two store tours, and will attend a Fun - 1 1/2 day Training at the Frederick County 4-H Camp and Activity Center!!  

We're still looking for interested teens - share this message and encourage a group from your 4-H Club to join the "Cooking Matters at the Store" team.  Call Sandy Corridon 301-314-7363  to attend the training - OR - if you cannot attend the training and are interested in becoming a Teen Trainer.

This is a wonderful opportunity to develop and improve speaking skills, leadership traits and increase your healthy living knowledge.  Call today! 

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