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Clover Kids program


October 13, 2017

Through the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension 4-H Clover Kids program, children ages 5 to 8 learn about science, citizenship and healthy lifestyles.

“We’re preparing them to go on to 4-H. This is the beginning step,” Lynn McKinney, UNL Extension office manager, said. “It’s usually the little brothers and sisters who are in it.”

Clover Kids meets once monthly, each meeting focusing on a different area through lessons and hands-on activities.

“This year we’re touching on the different areas in 4-H, so they get a taste of a little of everything,” McKinney said. “Mond...

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