This is a one day camp program on Saturday, May 17 at 4-H Camp Palmer in Fayette covers what every cow girl princess needs to know. The focus of the program will empower girls to be their own kind of princess defined by their confidence, self-esteem, inner beauty, poise and grace, cultural customs and table manners etiquette. Activities for the day will include rodeo games, leather craft, attending a tea party and much more.
The annual Princess Day Camp is hosted by three OSU 4-H Extension Professionals. Teresa Johnson, Defiance County, Laura Rohlf, Henry County and Jill Stechschulte, Fulton County, plan, organize and conduct the event. Registrations are open for youth in grades 1-5. The cost is $30.00 and forms can be obtained on the website at: http://www.camppalmer.org/. Click on the left tab for Princess Camp. Girl Scouts participating in this program can be counted for a Manner’s Badge. Space is limited to the first 55 youth.
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