4-H Day of Service

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People standing in front of a signThe 4-H Youth Stepping FOURward (YSF) program is proud to announce the culmination of their community service virtual event and Phase 1 of their in-person event.

In a cooperative effort, the YSF group was able to amass 331 pounds of food benefitting the CORA Food Pantry and the West Chatham Food Pantry. Recipients from the food pantries were delighted with the donations and efforts made by the 4-H Youth Stepping FOURward program.

On September 25, 2021, the group once again met to complete Phase 1 of their beautification plan for the Union Taylors Community Center in Bear Creek, NC. Phase 1 included building a raised bed around the center sign, putting in perennial flower varieties, and installing two solar lights to illuminate the sign at night. The group did an amazing job working together to complete Phase 1, and community members were pleased with the results. Chatham County United Way and N.C. A&T State University provided the funding which made this event possible. Thank you to our partners and volunteers who made this 4-H Day of Service such a success. Future phases of the project will include landscaping around the community center building, constructing raised beds for a community garden, and installing rain barrels.

View the slideshow from our 4-H Day of Giving event