Nine 4-H members, 2 counselors and Tensas Parish Extension Agent Betsy Crigler attended 4-H Challenge Camp on March 1-3, 2013 at Grant Walker Educational Center.
4-H Challenge Camp is one of the most valuable experiences a young person can have. It’s a learning experience where youth can learn team building, decision making, communication and conflict resolution skills through practical application in the great outdoors. They learn and practice living together as a group, getting along with others, and appreciating people different interests and backgrounds.
4-H Challenge Camp encourages youth to create team spirit, build self-reliance skills and enhance self-esteem while developing new friendships with peers and adults. The final goal is for youth participants to apply and practice the skills learned at 4-H Challenge Camp at home, in their schools and in their communities when they return home.
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