Breyette said that 4-H will also be holding a number of clinics and events during the mid-winter recess.
4-H programming is offered at the AuSable and Keeseville Elementary and Keene Central After-School Programs and the Adirondack Community Action Programs, Inc.'s After-School Programs in Crown Point, Moriah, Westport and Willsboro schools. Leadership, career development and life skills programming at the Crown Point, Elizabethtown and Moriah High Schools is being conducted in collaboration with the Essex County Youth Bureau.
The new Leerkes Farm 4-H Club held its first meeting in Ticonderoga in 2010 and will be selecting its official name in 2011.
For more information on the 4-H Extravaganza Day on Saturday, Jan. 29, contact Cornell Cooperative Extension at 962-4810.