Montana 4-H includes a special program for five to eight year olds called Cloverbuds. Members of the Cloverbud project work with other children on selected 4-H activities from a curriculum that is fun, hands-on and discovery oriented.
Fallon County 4-H Cloverbuds will be meeting twice a month in the basement of the library in the Fallon County Courthouse beginning Feb. 22. 4-H program assistant Kodie Olsen along with 4-H teen leaders will provide Cloverbuds with educational activities, skill building games, and nutritional snacks. Many of the items Cloverbud members will make at the meetings may be entered as exhibits in the Fallon County Fair.
If you would like to join Cloverbuds (youth must have turned five by Oct. 1, 2015, to be eligible), please stop by the office and enroll prior to the first meeting. If you need more in formation about the many opportunities and the variety of projects like Cloverbuds in your local 4-H program, contact the Fallon/Carter Extension service at 406-778-7110.