The Cape May County 4-H Program Advisory Council awarded 2017 Mission Mini Grants for educational projects to four 4-H clubs on February 7.
The four winning 4-H clubs received a total of $1,500 and included the Kitchen Phanatics, Lower Cape May Regional High School, Ocean Academy Student Government and the Science Rocks Clubs.
The Program Advisory Council raises funds for these grants and other 4-H educational needs through fundraising projects and proceeds from the refreshment booth at the annual Cape May County 4-H Fair.
Photo: (left to right) Karren Barr, leader of the Lower Cape May Regional 4-H Club, Gayle Crookston, leader of the Kitchen Phanatics 4-H Club and Sally Barry, chair of the Program Advisory Council. Not shown are Tara Donley, leader of the Science Rocks 4-H Club and Beth Haflin and Nicole Dougherty, co-leaders of the Ocean Academy Student Government 4-H Club.
For more information about 4-H opportunities for youth, visit www.cmc4h.com or call 465-5115, ext. 605.