Participants will learn about the responsibilities of a babysitter, what employers expect, and how to care for infants and toddlers. There will also be guest speakers teaching on the subjects of age appropriate toys and activities, safety, and basic first aid and rescue breathing. All participants receive a book filled with information about childcare as well as a certificate of completion at the end of the course.
It will get started on Sunday, February 19 at 2 pm at First United Methodist Church. 4-H staff and volunteers will introduce 4-H and activities to families. The annual 4-H youth development fee for brand new members of this brand new club this program year is being sponsored by the Story County 4-H Foundation this year.
Do you need trustworthy information on financial topics? “Of course you do!” says Barb Wollan, ISU Extension and Outreach Human Sciences Specialist in Family Finance. “Everyone needs trustworthy financial information, no matter what their age, income, or financial experience. The world of finances is always changing, so even if you already know a lot about money, you always have more to learn.”