WIRTZ – A group of Pulaski County 4-H Cloverbud Club members got to spend a night away from home earlier this month by attending the Fall 4-H Cloverbud Camp.
The camp, held at the W.E. Skelton 4-H Educational Conference Center at Smith Mountain Lake, was open to youth ages five to eight. It offered participants a chance to enjoy a wide variety of outdoor and other weather-appropriate activities centered around the theme “Planes, Trains and Automobiles.”
Activities included a campfire, arts and crafts, games, drive-in movie, cooking, canoeing, wall climbing, cardboard box cars and wooden car models.
Local participants were club members Ellie Ross, Ellie Lichty, Isabel Weigel and Quinn Weigel; teen leaders Sarai Stanczak, Amanda Carter and Jackson Chaffin; adult volunteer in training Susie Pack; adult volunteer Helen Pack, and Pulaski County 4-H Extension Agent Chris Lichty.
4-H is affiliated with Virginia Cooperative Extension.