Paracord Bracelets 101 Kits

January 1, 2021 - January 18, 2021

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Contact: For information please contact Mollie Hogg, Mecosta County 4-H Program Coordinator, at hoggmoll@msu.edu.

Ever wondered why people in the wilderness or the military wear a paracord survival bracelet? Are you a outdoors lover and always try to be safe when you are outdoors? Do you have a youth that enjoys making things for the outdoors? Then this kit is for them!!! Did you know a paracord bracelet is considered a survival tool in the military? They are worn by our very own military, hikers, climbers, campers and anyone who enjoys the great outdoors. Please check out this kit!!! 

The Paracord Bracelet 101 Kit includes self-paced project that can be completed at home for youth age 10 to 19 as of Jan. 1, 2021. Activity includes paracord 5 different colors that the youth are able to choose from, scissors, ruler, buckle, directions and a handout about why people use paracord bracelets. Most supplies will be included in the box and the rest you should have at your home. 

Cost: $10 for each box payable by card 

Kits will be shipped directly to your home the week of January 18, 2021. Number of kits are limited, so do not delay your registration! Registration is open until January 15, 2021 and payment is non-refundable.

Parents or guardians of participating youth will be asked to do a follow-up survey at the end of the program.

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Related Topic Areas

Youth Events, 4-H

Tags: 4-h, activity kits, mecosta county, msu extension, nature, outdoor, paracord bracelet, youth

Related People

Mollie Hogg

Mollie Hogg
hoggmoll@msu.edu