Campers choose from classes such as archery, outdoor cooking, art, stress management, decision-making, healthy living, science myths, robotics, cross-stitch and dance.
Campers ages 13 to 21 are eligible to attend the weeklong Kanawha County Older 4-H Camp June 4-8. Campers ages 9 to 12 are eligible to attend the weeklong Kanawha County Younger 4-H Camp June 11-15.
The program is looking for 12 partial scholarships of $100 each.
For information, visit Kanawha.ext.wvu.edu/ or call Sherry Swint at (304)-720-9889.
To help a child attend this camp or others like it, mail your donation to the Gazette Charities Send-A-Child-To-Camp Fund, 1001 Virginia St. E., Charleston, WV 25301. To donate online, go to wvgazette.com and look for the camp fund logo.
Every penny donated goes to camp scholarships. The Charleston Gazette covers all administrative costs.
Reach Kathryn Gregory at kathr...@wvgazette.com or 304-348-5119.