When events began shifting to virtual formats, Michigan State University Extension was no exception. When the Stay Safe, Stay Home executive order was issued, MSU Extension began offering 4-H programming, meetings and events online.
In it’s MSU Extension Newsletter, MSU Extension has announced it will “continue to keep all 4-H programming, meetings and events virtual until further notice.”
“We recognize this is a hardship on those who are eager to engage in in-person activities with their 4-H community,” said a statement in the newsletter. “However, we must do everything we an to keep youth and adults safe and healthy.”
MSU Extension is reminding all to continue to hold club meetings and other local events virtually, since staff members and program coordinators cannot support in-person activities.
“We assure you that this does not diminish our commitment to the 4-H community. We will continue to offer high-quality, virtual programming and experiences, and look forward to the day when we can resume in-person programming.”