Applications are due next Friday and a deposit of $250 is due by the end of October. Total cost for the trip is being subsidized by the 4-H Foundation, so applicants should expect to pay about $425 total (including the deposit), plus travel expenses and a couple of meals. Most meals, lodging, and transportation during the program are included.
Exact dates are January 17-21, 2017, so youth will miss three and a half days of school.
For an application, please contact the Extension office. This January inauguration experience will replace the traditional Citizenship Washington Focus offered through 4-H each summer.
Photo from washington.org