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Marshall County 4-H offers both Mini and Regular 4-H!
Mini 4-H is for youth in grades K-2. Youth can enroll in up to 2 mini projects and learn the basics of 4-H Regular 4-H is for youth in grades 3-12. Youth can be involved in 4-H for 10 years, and can choose as many projects as they would like from our list of over 80 projects!
Winter and Spring 2018 Junior Team Golf at Swan Lake Resort
Swan Lake Team Golf
Team Golf is an ongoing, year-round, instructional program for junior golfers of all skill levels who are enrolled in grade school through high school.
Team Golf is conducted in a group setting because it creates the ideal learning environment for kids to enjoy and excel at golf.
From grade school through to college, kids are part of a golf team. This team atmosphere is a vital support system for young, growing golfers.
Off-season training is recommended by our staff for all golfers, even if it is only once per week. Becoming familiar with the feel of the swing during the winter months allows learned skills to stay efficient and fresh, making the transition to the next golf season easier and more successful.
The levels outlined below are not based on skill, but rather to the commitment level (time) that the student and their family can make. Teams are designated by the student’s grade level in school as we did in the 2017 Sessions. Playing and learning with their peers is a key component in Team Golf.
Level 1 will be conducted on Sunday afternoons as follows:
Grade Schoolers 12:00-1:00
Middle Schoolers 1:15-2:15
High Schoolers 2:30- 3:30
Team Golf Practice Curriculum
- Full golf swing mechanics
- Athletic development
- Putting and chipping mechanics
- Competition Prep (grade appropriate)
- Rules and etiquette reviews
Level 2 will be all the classes of Level 1 AND
One thirty minute private lesson with the Instructor each calendar month, January- May; appointment will be made by the student and scheduled during regularly scheduled Indoor Range hours.
Private lessons allow for more in-depth instruction for those interested in accelerated growth in skills.
A variety of tools may be used such as Flightscope simulation, high speed swing video, real-time video training.
Level 2 is highly recommended for Middle and High Schoolers whose golf match schedule starts immediately in the Spring 2018.
Space is limited indoors…Participation must be reserved with payment.
To Sign Up: Contact John Ericsson, Director of Instruction
574-935-5680, ext. 722 firstname.lastname@example.org
CASA will be sponsoring a special Story Time at the Plymouth Public Library on Tuesday, January 30th at 4:00 p.m. There is also going to be a drawing for an autographed copy of the book. The name of the book is Samuel T. Moore of Corte Macore by Tonia Allen Gould. The author said she wrote this book to teach children how to persevere when confronted by adversity, naysayers or bullies. Glenda Mechling-Smith will return to her previous job at the library as storyteller for this special book. There are slips for the drawing at the Children’s Circulation Desk from now up to the night of the event. Our ever popular Samantha the Therapy dog has already put it on her calendar to come and hear this uplifting story so make sure that you come and join her! And don’t forget to come to the library to enter for an autographed copy of this book!
Intro to Fly Tying
Local fly fishing expert, Charlie Ray, will teach the art of tying 4 different flies to catch fish in our local waters at the Plymouth Public Library on Tuesday, January 30th from 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. in the Makerspace. The fee is $5.00, so sign up and pay at the Adult Circulation Desk.
New Creations Offers Calligraphy Classes in Plymouth for Students Ages 6-13
Gloria Seitz, a certified K-12 art teacher, will be teaching classes on the topic of Graphic Design and Calligraphy. In this seven week class, students will be learning how to communicate through using lettering and illustration. Various lettering styles, layout and design principles will be covered. Some of the projects may include illustrated writing, monogram and logo design, pop out cards, signs, and lettering and illustrating a favorite quote. CLASSES WILL BEGIN ON THE WEEK OF February 20 AND END THE WEEK OF April 9. No classes on the last week in March. Note: we will meet the first week in April. The Art Festival will be held on Monday, April 16. Tuesdays, classes at Crossroads Church in Plymouth, IN, beginning February 20, are as follows: Ages 6-10 will meet at 3:30-4:30 p.m. Ages 9-13 meet from 4:45 -5:45 p.m. The cost for the seven week classes is $80 for the first child and $5 LESS for each additional child. You will save $5 on the total cost if you pay by February 12. Cost includes supplies (except sketch book, erasers, fine line Sharpie, pencils, rulers, and folder: These you will need to purchase), room rental, and Art Festival. Middle elementary students will be supplied with calligraphy markers (ITOYA pens). You need to reserve your spot by calling or texting Gloria at 574-315-1858. After you have reserved your spot, sign up on the website at www.newcreationsart.com. To save $5 mail your registration to Gloria by printing out the form online and sending it to the address listed on the form by February 12. Make out checks to Gloria Seitz. If you pay at the first class, please put payment in an envelope along with the online form. Classes do fill up, so be sure to get your registration in early.