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Youth Activities

4-H - A community of young people across America who are learning leadership, citizenship and life skills. - Lincoln County has 11 4-H clubs with 425 members. Open to boys and girls ages 8-18 and Clover Kids ages 5-7. - Program encourages participation by the entire family. Youth enroll as members, while parents and other adults volunteer to lead projects. - Members may enroll photography, shooting sports, woodworking, aerospace, conservation, computers, entomology, gardening, livestock and much more! - 4-H members attend camp, display their work at county fairs, travel and make new friends. - For information or to join 4-H, contact Rhonda Shafer, Lincoln County University of Missouri Extension 4-H Youth Specialist at 636-528-4613. Lincoln County 4-H Clubs

Moscow Mills Willing Workers, 1st Monday, Moscow Community Building Olney Blue Skies, 1st Thursday, Olney Park House. Spring Branch Helping Hands, 2nd Thurs., Extension Center Spring Creek Lively Steppers, 2nd Thurs., Lincoln County Fairgrounds Hall Sugar Grovers, 2nd Tuesday, Extension Center Winfield-Foley Fireflies, 2nd Monday, Methodist Church in Winfield. program offered by the Boy Scouts of America for first through fifth grade boys. Purpose of Cub Scouting is to help parents and community organizations help boys by influencing character development, encourage spiritual growth, help boys develop habits and attitudes of good citizenship, encourage good sportsmanship, respect other people, help develop new interests and skills, show how to be helpful and do one’s best, provide fun and exciting new things to do and prepare boys to become a Boy Scouts. Cub Scouts Cub Scouting is a

Club Name, Day of the Month, Meeting Location Cuivre River Eager Beavers, 2nd Thurs., Lincoln County Health Department Fun-Damentals, 2nd Tuesday, Mercy Hospital Lincoln Hawk Point Hawks, 2nd Wednesday, Hawk Point Community Building Keelstone Creech, 1st Monday, Extension Center. Kountry Kids, 2nd Monday, Extension Center Millwood Knights, 1st Monday, Millwood Knights of Columbus Hall Boy Scouts The Boy Scouts of American provides a program to develop strong, well-rounded citizens from the youth in our community. It has evolved to become the largest and most inclusive youth organization in the world dedicated to developing the character, citizenship, and personal fitness of youth. Through organized, age-appropriate activities, Scouting provides skill development opportunities your child might not otherwise find. For more information on Boy Scouts or Cub Scouts, Scouting: 1-800-392-0895 online at

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