4-H club members will have a chance to look away from screens and put pen and paper to use through the West Virginia University Extension Service 4-H Youth Development pen pal program which aims to teach youths about communication while fostering friendships and connections.
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“We wanted to think of ways to keep youths engaged and encourage them to think of traditional ways of communicating. Given the digital age in which we live, writing a letter to a friend is not as common as it once was.” — Julie Tritz, 4-H youth development agent in Wayne County, WVU Extension Service
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