Eight Grant County 4-H members embarked on an adventure to 4-H camp at Camp Bob Marshall in Custer June 22-25.
Pictured attending the camp were back row, left to right, Alex Adolph, Sara Koepke, Benett Street, William Karels, Isaac Sousa, Susan Karels and Jason Karels. Middle row, Elyse Reede, Hope Karels and Ethan Adolph. Front row, Hunter Reede and Lydia Street.
This year’s camp implemented the theme “Around the World” where the 4-H students learned about different countries and ethnicity. When the youth arrived, they received a camp tour which consisted of learning how to install and take down a flag properly along with kitchen patrol and water safety at the lake.
The campers took part in eight workshops. Each workshop had a twist learning about the world. The 4-Hers played several different international games, made pasta and African masks. They also experienced hiking around Camp Bob Marshall, played with a giant earth ball and learned Australian dot art.
Throughout the four days, the youth also enjoyed campfires, learned camp songs, participated in the talent show and learned team work during the bucket brigade activity, which is a huge water fight.