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Adair County 4-H Grab & Go Educational Kits - Week 2

By Tony Rose, County Extension Agent for 4-H Youth Development
Adair County Cooperative Extension Service

Adair County 4-H is please to announce the 4-H Grab & Go Educational Kits. These are educational projects that youth can do at home. The kits contain the materials for the kids to do each of the projects. We have included in the kit a information sheet that we would request you return either by mail or drop in box when you pick up new kit, so we can track who is using the kits. We would also ask that you share photos of the youth who are using the kits on Facebook or other social media. Please use the tag #AdairCo4H. Our office Facebook page is Adair County Cooperative Extension Service. You can also email the pictures to trose@uky.edu

Who can get a Grab and Go kit? Anyone who would like to pick up one for youth in the community. We do ask that you only get one kit per youth.

When & Where can we get the kits? New kits will be place out every Thursday. You can pick up the kits up at the Adair County Cooperative Extension Service located at 409 Fairground Street, the Adair County Public Library and after spring break at Adair County Elementary School.

This second week we will have three kits to offer:


  • Kit 1: Is for Cloverbuds ages 8 and Under- Coffee Filter Tye Dye Butterfley- 50 kits are available

  • Kit 2: Is for ages 9 and up- Toilet Paper Roll Bird Feeder- Caution- this kit contains Peanut Butter- 50 kits are available.

  • Kit 3: Is for ages 9 and up- Glue Suncatcher- 25 kits are available.
Thanks to Adair County Schools, The Community Connection Family Resource Center, and Adair County Public Library.


Educational programs of Kentucky Cooperative Extension serve all people regardless of economic or social status and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnic origin, national origin, creed, religion, political belief, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, marital status, genetic information, age, veteran status, or physical or mental disability.



This story was posted on 2020-04-08 05:44:36
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