The Clay County 4-H Program is seeking youth in first- and second-grade to join Mini 4-H.
Mini 4-H is an organization that provides youth the opportunity to see all the benefits they can gain from 4-H before being eligible to be part of the state 4-H program.
There are 17 different projects to choose from, including arts and crafts, forestry, collections, pet animals, photography, rockets and wildlife.
Mini 4-H'ers attend four meetings, which are conducted by the Clay County Junior 4-H Leaders.
They will participate in crafts, recreation, make new friends and receive information about exhibiting their mini projects at the fair.
The fourth meeting consists of a picnic and fun games.
Meetings usually last for one hour and parents are encouraged to stay.
Those interested have until May 1 to sign up for Mini 4-H.
There is no fee for Mini 4-H.
Call Sue Urban at the Purdue Extension Office at 448-9041 for more information.
The first Mini 4-H meeting will take place in the Clay County 4-H Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall Monday, March 19, at 6 p.m.