West Virginia 4-H members, alumni and families are invited to watch the West Virginia University men’s basketball team take on the Virginia Military Institute Keydets at the WVU Coliseum in Morgantown.

A program of the West Virginia University Extension Service, West Virginia 4-H is partnering with WVU Athletics to host the event, which takes place Saturday, Dec. 10.

“We’re thrilled to offer this event to our West Virginia 4-H’ers, alumni, volunteers and families, who truly embody the Mountaineer spirit,” said WVU Extension Service 4-H Youth Development Program Director Brent Clark.

Tickets will be offered until Friday, Nov. 11. No refunds will be issued after the cutoff date. To register, visit bit.ly/4HBballDay.

Registrants can also purchase an optional West Virginia 4-H WVU Basketball Day t-shirt for $10.

For additional questions about t-shirts or ticket purchases, contact West Virginia 4-H Interim Program Coordinator Micalyn Stump at 304-293-5871 or Micalyn.Stump@mail.wvu.edu.

For more than a century, 4-H has focused on agricultural science, electricity, mechanics, entrepreneurship and natural sciences. Today, 4-H out-of-school opportunities also exist in subjects like rocketry, robotics, biofuels, renewable energy and computer science.

To learn more about new opportunities in the 4-H program, visit www.ext.wvu.edu, or contact your local office of the WVU Extension Service. Check

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CONTACT: Brittany Dick, WVU Extension Service Writer/Editor
304.293.8701, Brittany.Dick@mail.wvu.edu

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