4-H craft workshop
Posted: Wednesday, March 7, 2012 7:56 am
4-H WORKSHOP — Each month the Obion County Public Library and the University of Tennessee Obion County 4-H Program team up and provide craft workshops for children grades K-6. These workshops provide students with vital life skills such as independence, good self-esteem and the ability to think creatively. The February workshop celebrated Mardi Gras. Youth designed fun masks cut using the library’s Ellison Die Cuts, which are located in the Teacher Resource Center and free for use by the public. 4-H volunteers assisting during the workshop included 4-H’ers Madelyn Hogan, Bethany Gutgsell, Ali Whaley, Arianna Hill and Honor Club member Samantha Davis. TAG members assisting included Brady Craddock and Sarah Schlager. The next workshop will be held on March 14 and will celebrate spring. Pre-registration is required and anyone interested may do so by contacting Children’s Librarian Jenny Virgin at 885-7000. Those participating last month included (front, from left) Allison Staggs, Ryleigh Ulen, Dylan Cornette, Reese Ulen, Cadence Gray, Adrianna Hale, (middle) Kate Schlager, Toby Gammons, Kaigan Davis, Elex Carter, Pacey Gammons, Abigail Brewer, Andrew Camp Gray, Reice Gray, (back) Miss Hill, Miss Hogan, Miss Whaley, Anthony Brewer, Sarah Schlager and Craddock.
Published in The Messenger 3.6.12