4-H SPIN Club: Fostering Stability for Life

August 24, 2020 - August 31, 2020

Zoom Webinar


Contact: For questions or registration support, contact 4-H SPIN Club Coordinator, Lance Fowler at fowler37@msu.edu.

ABOUT THE CLUB:

Fostering Stability for Life 4-H SPIN Club is a 1-week digital youth program focusing on teaching youth how to take charge of their mental health. This SPIN 4-H Club is based on Rebekah Lyons bestselling novel Rhythms of Renewal: Trading Stress and Anxiety for Peace and Purpose. Throughout our time meeting we will walk through four practical rhythms to establish in your life - Rest, Restore, Connect, Create - that will help taking charge of your emotional health by strengthening you mentally and physically by finding joy and having confidence in what you have to offer.

Plan of Action: each day, we will take an inventory of where we are currently and learn about practices to implement into our day to day to better integrate these rhythms into our lives. There will be time to reflect, discuss, and some kind of activity to support each of the rhythms each day to help participants master each rhythm.

This club will meet virtually via Zoom (both computer and smartphone accessible) once a day for a week (6 Days). Zoom Meetings will be limited to youth who register for the club. Access information, including meetings links and passwords, will only be sent to event registrants. MSU Extension and 4-H STEAM Corps support this club. 

LOCATIONS:

The online meeting will be held using the app called Zoom and the link/password for the meeting will be emailed 1-2 business days once you are registered for the club.

DATES:

August 24, August 25, August 26, August 27, August 28 & August 31

WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE:

Any youth between the ages of 9 - 14 (or older) should join the Fostering Stability for Life 4-H SPIN Club.

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Lance Fowler
fowler37@msu.edu