Cape May Court House – Twelve Cape May County 4-H teens attended 4-H Winter Camp at the L.G. Cook 4-H Camp in Stokes State Forest on January 13, 14 and 15, 2023. Cape May County 4-H members in grades 8 through one year out of high school participated in the fun learning experience with 4-H members from Atlantic, Gloucester, Morris, Mercer, and Ocean Counties.
Representing Cape May County at the Camp were 1st row, left to right: Autumn Richards, Sylia Snyder, Lola Delabre, and Julianne Frederick. 2nd row, left to right: Edward Hoover, Patrick Schalick, Amelia Worthington, and David Irons. Back row: Noe Munuero and Brady Ebel. Not picture: Kaitlyn Flynn and Rainbow McAtee. Julianne Schalick, adult 4-H volunteer, served as a chaperone.
Winter Teen 4-H weekends are an amazing experience where teens from different counties come together and have a fun weekend. Since the camp was founded in 1951, 4-H teen groups have come to enjoy the snow and each other’s company. Linda Horner, Cape May County 4-H Program Coordinator, said, “The camp is always a great experience for our 4-H teens. They have the opportunity to get away with their 4-H friends and make new friends with 4-H’ers from around the state while enjoying fun winter activities.”
For more information about the Cape May County 4-H Youth Development program, visit our website capemay.njaes.rutgers.edu, call (609) 465-5115, ext. 3605 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
4-H Youth Development Program is part of the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station and Rutgers Cooperative Extension. 4-H educational programs are offered to all youth, grades K-13, on an age-appropriate basis, without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, or disability.
Photo: Amelia Worthington, Brady Ebel, and David Irons