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New 4-H Electronics Project to start in February

Are you interested in circuits, capacitors, transistors and resistors? If yes, consider joining the new Carlton County 4-H Electronics Project Group!

Who can attend: Carlton County 4-H members in grades 5 and above
What will we learn: Basic component level electronics including resistors, capacitors, transistors and integrated circuits
Where: Carlton County Extension Office
When: Starting on Tuesday, February 6 (one evening a month from 6:30-8:00pm for 6 months).
How: By building, testing and troubleshooting your very own electronic circuits through the practical application of physics and mathematics
Why: Electronics are everywhere, so learning how they work lets you be a creator not just a user, sharpens your problem solving skills, provides a foundation for STEM fields and is great hands-on fun!
Cost: $25 to purchase a kit of your very own set of electronic components, a solderless breadboard and a digital multimeter. Take home between meetings to practice.

Please contact the Extension Office (218-384-3511) by Friday, December 22 to sign up!


Marna Butler Fasteland
County 4-H Program Coordinator
(218) 384-3511
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