Lincoln County 4-H hosts open houses
NORTH PATTE, Neb. (Nebraska) — The Lincoln County 4-H program held an open house Sunday to help families learn about the program and encourage children to explore their possibilities with 4-H.
4-H stands for head, heart, hands and moor. The program was founded in 1902 with the goal of teaching children the skills they would need in the real world.
It has now evolved into helping kids learn STEM topics in fun ways.
Kelsey Sharp, the mother of a 4-H student, told us she was thrilled to have her son in the program.
“It’s an amazing opportunity because the education and school system only takes them so far,” Sharp said.
His son, Hunter Sharp, built and programmed a remote-controllable dragon and was showing it to people who came to the open house.
Hunter Sharp shows the dragon he built for a 4-H program(Hunter Sharp shows the dragon he built for a 4-H program)
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