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Cape May County 4-Hers Adapt Public Presentations to Current Circumstances

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COURT HOUSE – Not even a pandemic can stop 4-H youth from performing their annual public presentations.
According to a release, the Cape May County 4-H Youth Development Program has announced that 4-H public presentations will be conducted virtually this year.
Scheduled to take place at the end of March, the week-long event was postponed due to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, per a directive from Rutgers University. Rutgers is NJ’s land grant institution and home to Rutgers Cooperative Extension (RCE), parent organization to 4-H.
4-Hers have been invited to submit a virtual presentation by May 15 by recording their presentation using a smartphone and uploading to a secure YouTube channel not available to the public. Only screened and trained 4-H volunteer judges will be able to access the presentations.
According to Cape May County 4-H Program Coordinator Linda Horner, “We are excited to provide our 4-Hers with the opportunity to complete their presentations in these difficult times, especially after they already put so much work into them. The show must go on.”

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