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4-H Summer Fun

This is an updated list of activities that are still available as of May 24, 2019. Some of the …

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Spend a Week at Camp

Johnston County 4-H will be taking a group of youth ages 8 – 14 to the Betsy Jeff Penn …

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State 4-H Congress

July 20th – 23rd Location: NCSU & Jane S. McKimmon Center, Raleigh Teens from all over North Carolina will be coming …

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Citizenship NC Focus Applications Due

Do you like Citizenship, Government, and Public Relations? Then this opportunity may be for you. Registrations must be received by Friday, …

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Fall Showcase 2018

BECAUSE OF A FLAW IN HOW GOOGLE CREATES FORMS, YOU CANNOT ENTER MULTIPLE ITEMS IN THE SAME CLASS ON …

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ASPIRE - Summer ACT Prep Course

Who – All Rural High School Rising Sophomores and Juniors What – A.S.P.I.R.E. 2 HIGHER EDUCATION: ACT SUPPLEMENTAL PREPARATION IN RURAL …

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