San Juan County kids are invited to learn about the skilled trades through free, fun projects organized by the Economic Development Council (EDC) and WSU Extension’s San Juan County 4-H Program. Up first, the EDC is offering 24 motor kits to kids residing in San Juan County. Kids who pick up the kits (one kit per family) are invited to a problem-solving session on Wednesday, March 16th at 5:00 PM, hosted by 4-H.
At the problem-solving session, kids will help each other, meet kids from other islands, and do a Q&A session with an apprentice electrician.
Kits are offered first come first served, with one kit per family while supplies last. If there are no kits available when you get to a distribution point, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We greatly appreciate the generosity of the Lopez Island Family Resource Center and the Orcas IslandLibrary in allowing us to distribute the kits through them; please direct any concerns or inquiries to the EDC.
You will be able to pick up kits at the following locations while supplies last.
- Lopez Island: Lopez Island Family Resource Center.
- Orcas Island: Orcas Island Library at the front desk in the “Community Drop” marked “EDC/4H Program.”
- San Juan: San Juan County Economic Development Council (call 360-378-2906 before stopping by; M-F, 9 – 5 pm; closed Feb. 21st).
- All other islands: contact email@example.com with your request and mailing address.