(Juneau) The Dodge County 4-H Family Learning Day recently returned after a two-year hiatus. It was held at the Dodgeland School last Saturday. Organizers say youth had the opportunity to select from a variety of one-hour sessions in which they could learn about their 4-H projects, try new foods, and experience new games. Popular sessions were Cake Decorating, Bovine Reproductive System, Games Galore, Incredible Edibles, Cheese Making, Cupcake Decorating, and Tie-Dyeing.
New for this year was a pop-up shop where attendees could purchase 4-H items like t-shirts and backpacks. Organizers say among the numerous sessions, the largest attended was Youth for the Quality Care of Animals. Youth learned about quality care of animals during the session as well as relating this information to the public to create positive public opinions about agriculture.
The Dodge County 4-H will be hosting another Family Learning Day on March 25. Registrations are due by March 10. This event is open to the public. Click HERE to register.