Pitt County 4-H Summer Fun 2023
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Pitt County 4-H is excited to offer a hands-on camp series with face-to-face opportunities for youth ages 5-18 this summer!
4-H is the youth development program of North Carolina Cooperative Extension. Pitt County 4-H offers Summer Fun – a series of educational camps designed to build life skills through shared experiences and handson learning. Youth must be 5 to 18 years of age as of January 1, 2023.
4-H Summer Fun Registration
The following are required, without exception, for 4-H Summer Fun Registration
1. Before Camp Registration: Enroll as 4-H member (not participant) at v2.4honline.com (includes health form, emergency contact, program liability waiver, photo, and transportation release, which covers 4-H membership for the rest of the year). When choosing club choose: Pitt Member at Large. 4-H Membership is free.
2. Register for camps beginning Monday, February 6th through ourPitt County 4-H Eventbrite Page!
3. Payment is required to complete registration. If paying with cash or check please bring cash or check made payable to “Pitt County” to the Pitt County Extension Office. Fees are due in full at time of registration to cover insurance and supplies. Waitlists do not require payment up front, but will be due if a space opens and you accept. See Cancellations Policies and Additional Information at then end of this guide
- The location of the camps will be listed on the ticket. All the camps will take place in Pitt County.
- Youth must be enrolled in 4-H Online to sign up. (Enroll in 4-H Online 2.0).
- Each camper must bring their own lunch, water bottle, snack, or sunscreen, as needed for camp.
- Youth must be the age listed by the time of camp date.
Residential 4-H Camp Opportunity!
Are you ready to get out of town?
North Carolina 4-H has overnight camp opportunities for youth ages 8-12 that include fishing, canoeing, swimming, arts and crafts, and horseback riding!
Pitt County has spaces available for overnight 4-H camp at 4-H Eastern Center in Columbia June 26-July 1 for youth ages 8-12. Your week at camp includes lodging, meals, camp store money for breaks, a camp t-shirt, archery, swimming, canoeing, fishing, arts and crafts, and more. Spaces are limited.
Pick-up and drop-off for both counties will be at the Pitt County 4-H office.
Camp Cancellation Policy
When you enroll your child in our program, you are reserving space, time, snacks/meals, supplies, and staffing whether or not your camper attends the program. In order to cancel a Camp Session, Pitt County 4-H will use the following deadlines for cancellations.
Summer Day Camp
In order to cancel a Summer Day Camp program and receive a full refund, 4-H Staff must receive a written cancellation notice Two weeks prior to the first day of the program.
|Cancellation Deadline||Registration Fee|
|2+ Weeks Prior to Camp||100% Refund|
|1 Week Prior to Camp||50% Refund|
|Less than 7 days before Camp||No Refund|
Please contact Brigitte Perry at (252) 902-1709 or firstname.lastname@example.org for camp cancellation concerns.
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