Page County 4-H Horse Club kicking off new enrollment

~ Press release provided by Page County Cooperative Extension office

STANLEY, Sept. 19 — The Page County ’24- Carrots’ Horse Club is kicking off their new 4-H year enrollment. The Club meets on the fourth Monday of the month and is open to any youth who is interested in learning about horses. Horse ownership is not required.

Those interested should contact club leaders Lisa Atwood 540-244- 5021 or Renee Fadeley 540-244-9435 for more details concerning time and location.

To enroll in the 4-H Horse club for the 2023-2024 year youth must be at least age 9 by Sept. 30, 2024. A youth who turns 19 by Dec. 31, 2023, is no longer age eligible to be enrolled as a 4-H member.

There is no fee to join 4-H, but all expenses related to projects chosen are the responsibility of the child/family.

For more information about the Virginia Cooperative Extension office in Page County,




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