Southeast Alaska District

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Southeast Alaska 4-H Clubs

Sitka

To register contact Tracy at 747.7509 or tracy@sitkawild.org.
 
Cloverbuds, Alaska way-of-life Ages 5-7. (Time is TBD but it's looking like Monday afternoons.) Cloverbuds will explore the Alaska way-of-life by going on hikes, harvesting wild edibles, learning about plants, and making crafts. In partnership with 4-H and Sitka Conservation Society (SCS).

Alaska way-of-life Hiking Club Every Tues. of summer at 1 p.m. Each week participants will explore a new trail and harvest wild edibles. Hikes will increase in length and difficulty each week. Members will get outside and learn the Alaska way-of-life! Location is TBA. In partnership with 4-H, SCS, and the Boys & Girls Club.

Gardening Club Every Wed. of summer 3:30–4:30 p.m. at St. Peters Fellowship Farm. Participants will get their hands dirty, have delicious fun and explore the life of plants. In partnership with SCS and 4-H.

Fishing Clinic Participants will learn how to cast, assemble a rod and reel, gut and fillet fish, make spinners, and practice fishing in fresh and salt water. Ages 6-7: August 17 & 24. Ages 8-12: July 6 & 13. Fridays at 1 p.m., location TBA. In partnership with 4-H, SCS, and ADF&G.
 
Juneau Area 4-H
4-H Cross Country Ski Club
4-H Running Club
4-H Shotokan Karate Club
4-H Outdoor Skills Club
4-H Shooting Sport/Shot Gun Club
4-H Thunder Mountain Riders Horse Club
4-H Tracking and GPS Club
 
Coffman Cove 4-H
4-H Rainforest Rangers Club
 
Klawock 4-H
Prince of Wales Youth First Responders Club

Accolades for Some of Our Outstanding Volunteers!

Bruce Bowler, Volunteer Leader of the 4-H Shooting Sports Club, was one of twenty finalists for the 2011 Citizen Service Before Self Honors by the Congressional Medal of Honor Society.

Diana Stevens, Volunteer Leader of the 4-H Shotokan Karate Club, is a 2011 Woman of Distinction honoree for the AWARE organization (Aiding Women in Abuse and Rape Emergencies).   

Ken Coate and Linda Coate, Volunteer Leaders of the 4-H Outdoor Skills Club, have recently been announced as  2010 Volunteer Instructors of the Year with the Alaska Department of Fish & Game Hunter's Information and Training Program. 

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