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Cherokee and Spartanburg County school and homeschool groups experiment with 4-H science

Cherokee and Spartanburg County school and homeschool groups experiment with 4-H science   Homeschool Groups The 4-H Spartanburg STEM Home Read More…

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Boys and Girls Clubs of the Upstate experiencing 4-H science

Boys and Girls Clubs of the Upstate experience science with the Spartanburg/Cherokee County 4-H program and 4-H Science on the Read More…

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4-H science is on the move in Upstate SC

4-H Science is on the move in Upstate SC The Cherokee and Spartanburg 4-H programs, managed by 4-H Agent Ginger Read More…

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Science activities were electrifying at Berkeley Electric Cooperative’s Annual Meeting

            Berkeley Electric Cooperative’s Annual Meeting was Saturday at the Ladson Fairgrounds from 8:00am-2:00pm. Kids of Read More…

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Motion Commotion

  2015 4-H National Youth Science Day Experiment: Motion Commotion   4-H National Youth Science Day is an exciting, interactive Read More…

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iMAGINE Upstate STEM Festival was a BLAST!

Drones, hovercrafts, 3D printers, and more- the iMAGINE Upstate STEM Festival was buzzing with activity all day! There was so Read More…

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Delving into DNA

Come out to Duke Energy’s World of Energy on March 30th to experience DNA with us! Learn what DNA is, where Read More…

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4-H Science Team awarded for contributions to Clemson Extension

Congratulations to the 4-H Science Team! The team was selected for first place for making significant contributions in accomplishing the Clemson University Read More…

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enLIGHTenSC presents the SC 4H Engineering Challenge

   PRESENTS THE 2015 S.C. 4-H ENGINEERING CHALLENGE   An opportunity for students 9-19 to learn, have fun, demonstrate their science, Read More…

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Charleston STEM Festival

The Charleston STEM Festival was a BLAST! The weather was beautiful and Brittlebank Park in Charleston was a perfect location. The Read More…

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