Cumberland County 4-H to Present Wintertime Workshop


ROSENHAYN - The Cumberland County 4-H program announced that it will present a special winter program for kindergarten through third grade youth.

The program will present 4-H Frozen – A Wintertime Workshop on Saturday, December 12th from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The event will be held at the Rutgers Cooperative Extension Center, located at 291 Morton Avenue, and will include breakfast as well as photos with Elsa and Anna, characters from the hit Disney movie Frozen. Guests are welcome to attend in their favorite attire and will create a holiday gift, enjoy a hands-on science activity, and participate in a freeze-frame activity.

Tickets for the event cost $10 per child and registration is limited to 20 people.

“This is an opportunity for children who may not yet have experienced 4-H, to connect with our program, and our exceptional staff.”  Said Julie Karavan, County 4-H Agent. “Cheryl McCormick leads our 4-H Cloverbud program and is a gifted teacher with a heart for young kids. This is an opportunity for the next generation of Cumberland County kids to experience authentic positive youth development, have fun and make new friends.”

For more information about the Cumberland County 4-H Program, visit the Cumberland 4-H website at

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