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Saipan Clubs are Coming Soon!

Tinian 4-H Club & Tinian Elementary 4-H Club

 

The Tinian 4-H Club (High School) and the Tinian Elementary 4-H Club is both community-driven and youth-driven clubs that is led by a group of young dedicated volunteers (4-H Counselors-in-Training) with the guidance of Advisors, School Teachers, and Core Counselors.

 

4-H Youth Counselor CPR/1st Aid Certification Training

4-H Youth Counselors at CPR & First Aid Training

Physical Activity

physical-activity

Rota Clubs are Coming Soon!

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