Lewis County 4-H students are getting the chance to show off the projects they’ve been working on all year.
The annual Jackson’s Mill Jamboree kicked off Sunday evening highlighting some livestock projects.
But on Tuesday afternoon, it was the displays and more academic projects that were the center of attention.
Organizers said 4-H now encompasses a lot more than just raising animals.
“So there are a lot of different projects from first aid and CPR kind of projects to robotics and rockets to cooking project to sewing projects,” said 4-H Extension Agent Megan Midcap.
The Jamboree continues through Thursday, ending in a livestock auction.