BECOME A 4-H VOLUNTEER
The St. Johns County 4-H Youth Development Program is seeking caring adult volunteers to work with 4-H youth ages 5-18 in St. Johns County.
As a 4-H club or project leader, 4-H volunteers have an opportunity to share their interests with youth. The 4-H project areas include animal and plant science, healthy living, citizenship, environmental education, technology, food preparation, photography and more. The reward of sharing your interest with a young person is priceless. Through a “learn by doing” experience, 4-H volunteers help youth learn leadership, communication, citizenship and a variety of life skills that enable them to become capable and caring citizens.
4-H Volunteers have the flexibility to determine the amount of time, location and subject area they prefer. Volunteers receive full assistance of the 4-H Office, including training, office support, and a variety of resource materials and project curriculum. An orientation for new Club and Project Volunteers will take place on Tuesday, August 8th from 6:30pm to 8pm at the St. Johns County Extension Office located at 3125 Agricultural Center Drive, St. Augustine, FL 32092.
For information call the 4-H Office at 904 209-0430 by Aug. 4 if you would like to attend the 4-H volunteer orientation on Tuesday, Aug. 8.
VILANO BEACH MAIN STREET
Vilano Beach Main Street meeting begins at 4 p.m. Wednesday, July 19, at 95 Vilano Road at the Hampton Inn & Suites. Among items on the agenda are the Florida Main Street conference in Fernandina Beach Aug. 14-16 and Art Walk Off the Beaten Path and Dressing of the Palms suspended.
Also a call for volunteers is under way for the Vilano Beach Festival Contact Sallie OHara@vilanobeachfl.com, 904-540-0402 for volunteer information.
And it’s membership renewal time.
PILOT CLUB MEETING
The Pilot Club of St. Augustine meets at 6 p.m. Wednesday, July 19 at Applebee’s. The board meets at 5 p.m. This is the first meeting of the new club year, with Sara Hetherington presiding over the organization.
On the agenda will be approval of plans of work and a report from those who attended the international convention in early July in Las Vegas.