32nd Annual 4-H Teen Conference Comes to UNH Campus June 27
June 23, 2010
More than 200 teenagers from across New Hampshire converge on campus Sunday, June 27, as part of the 32nd annual 4-H Teen Conference. This year’s theme is “Let the Future Begin.”
Each day of the four-day conference is packed with educational activities. Workshops range from therapeutic dog grooming to exploring the oceans to visiting the UNH sawmill to learning about efforts in sports medicine.
The teens will also visit the UNH organic dairy farm in Lee, Boston’s Freedom Trail, the New England Aquarium, the Dover Police stables, and the Browne Center ropes course.
Other activities include learning the techniques of fencing and fly fishing, a GPS treasure hunt, how to make candy, comedy improvisation and jewelry making.
For more information, contact UNH Cooperative Extension 4-H program coordinator Michele King at 2-2199.
Workshops abound, giving participants the opportunity to learn leadership and other