4-H Maker Mondays
The Wayne County 4-H program titled "Maker Monday" involves 4-H youth in activities that range from electronics and technology to knitting and sewing.
As part of the electronics program, 4-H youth opened old laptop computers and analyzed their components. They also learned to use soldering tools. As part of the sewing and crafts program, 4-H youth created holiday blocks, masks, pajamas, pillows, scarves, and hats.
Para cord wrist bands were another Maker Monday project. The bracelets will be sold for $5 at Wayne County sporting events in support of two Wayne teachers battling cancer.
To see photos from this fun program, go to Facebook.
To learn more about this exciting program, contact the Wayne County 4-H office in Loa at 435-836-1312.