PA 4-H is now a certifying organization to receive acknowledgement from the President of the United States for dedication of volunteer service.
The Throop 4-H Club met in November to work on 2 community service projects – a food drive and making Thanksgiving Day tray favors for the Green Ridge Nursing Home.
Twelve Lackawanna County 4-H members, twelve Luzerne County 4-H members, and five Wyoming County 4-H members recently participated in the 55th annual Pennsylvania State 4-H Horse Show. More than 700 youth from 62 counties participated in 73 performance classes throughout the weekend event.
Ten Lackawanna County 4-H textile science members from the Glenburn Sewing Club competed in the regional 4-H fashion revue in Mehoopany...
Check out Lackawanna County 4-H's new Facebook Page!
The purpose of the Summary of Participation form is to enable members to keep a record of individual 4-H activities on an annual basis.
Yes, the new Robotics Project just arrived in our office. The goal of 4-H Junk Drawer Robotics is to make science, engineering, and technology engaging and meaningful in the lives of young people.