- Associated Press - Tuesday, July 8, 2014

WESTON, W.Va. (AP) - West Virginia University Extension Service’s 4-H program is helping educate youth about technology and science.

Officials say they are celebrating a $10,000 sponsorship from HughesNet on Tuesday at WVU Jackson’s Mill.

The funding provides increased science, technology, engineering and math related activities and curriculum during two weeks of 4-H Camps.

Campers are participating in hands-on activities in aerial robotics and engineering design. Other activities include underwater robotics competitions and chemistry-related activities.

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