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June, 2013 – The WSU Colville Reservation-Ferry County Extension 4-H Challenge program is an experiential learning and youth development program where groups participate in hands-on experiences that focus on leadership, citizenship and life skills development. These experiences will be facilitated by certified volunteers and/or staff. If transportation is an issue, a volunteer or staff member can bring portable challenge activities to you!

Summer is the time to schedule your group’s very own 4-H Challenge experience! The low ropes course is ready for your group. If your group wants more of a water experience, then our canoe programming is for you. Groups can contact Kayla Wells, WSU Colville Reservation-Ferry County 4-H Challenge Coordinator, to schedule days on the canoes or on the low ropes course.

All groups are welcome to schedule time for 4-H Challenge activities. Evaluations reveal that nearly all participants in our 4-H Challenge program demonstrate improvements in the following life skills: self-confidence, responsibility, willingness to take appropriate physical and emotional risks, ability to work together as a group, communication, decision making, and problem solving skills. If your group needs to work on any of those life skills, call now to schedule your experience!

For information about WSU Colville Reservation-Ferry County Extension 4-H Challenge program, to schedule a group experience, or to become a 4-H Challenge volunteer, please contact Kayla Wells, 4-H Challenge Coordinator at (509) 634-2306 or kayla.wells@wsu.edu .

For information about other Extension programming contact the staff at the Colville Reservation Extension Office at (509) 634-2304. Or you may contact the educators directly: Linda McLean, 4-H/Ag. & Nat. Resources FRTEP Educator at (509) 634-2305 or ljmclean@wsu.edu, Kayla Wells, Family & Consumer Sciences Educator / 4-H Challenge Coordinator at (509) 634-2306 or kayla.wells@wsu.edu, Janine Koffel, Outdoor Educator at (509) 775-5225, ext. 1114 or janine.koffel@wsu.edu, Dan Fagerlie, WSU Extension Tribal Relations Liaison / Colville Reservation Extension Project Director at (509) 690-0009 or (509) 775-3087 or fagerlie@wsu.edu, or Debra Hansen, Interim County Director, (509) 775-5225 ext. 1116. Or you may contact the Okanogan County Extension office at (509) 422-7245.

 

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