4-H Challenge

Challenge is an experiential youth development program where groups
enjoy adventure activities such as Portable Team Challenges, Low and
High Ropes Course, Rock Climbing and Canoeing. The program gives an
opportunity & asks groups to work together in a safe environment as
they solve the challenges presented by the course. Participants grow
and learn about themselves as they strive for accomplishments
previously thought impossible. Evaluation shows participants
demonstrate improvements in one or more of these life skills:
self-confidence, responsibility, willingness to take appropriate
physical and emotional risks, ability to work as a group,
communication, decision making, and problem solving skills.

Contact Information

Linda McLean

FRTEP Agent
Email: 
ljmclean@wse.edu
Phone: 
(509) 775-5235
Fax: 
(509) 634-2353
Address: 

350 E. Deleware Ave, #9,
P.O. Box 111,
WSU Colville Reservation,
Republic, WA 99166-9747

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Teaching canoeing and water safety and recovery in an accident is an important part of building youth confidence in their abilities