Macon County 4-H Newsletter – October 2020

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Macon County 4-H Reopening Plan

We are ready to get back to 4-H business!

We have missed you and all of the creative fun you bring to 4-H!

It is important that you and your parents decide when is the best time for you to
come back to 4-H activities. Different families will be on different schedules to
join face-to-face activities.

Here are some steps we will use to help keep us all healthy and safe:
1. Different clubs and club leaders will restart based on their own timing and
health decisions.
2. We will check temperatures at the door and require masks for all activities
3. You will need to sign up ahead of time before a meeting to attend. We cannot
have unplanned attendance at this time.
4. All participants will be asked to wash hands on entering the building and before
going back to your car.
5. And of course, we ask that anyone who feels sick to not come to meetings.
Thank you for helping us stay safe and healthy.

To find out what fun activities we have planned this month, check out our newsletter.

Macon County 4-H Newsletter – October 2020

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Written By

Tammara Talley, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionTammara TalleyExtension Agent, 4-H Youth Development Call Tammara Email Tammara N.C. Cooperative Extension, Macon County Center
Updated on Oct 9, 2020
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