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.
It is Fan Appreciation Night...
Members of the 4-H Program Advisory Committee, (PAC) are looking for several 4-H teens to join them...
4-H will be taking orders for high quality strawberry plant bundles. These plants come from virus indexed, tissue cultured mother plants...
The Throop 4-H Club is doing a Domino’s Pizza card fundraiser.
The February monthly meeting will be Friday the 17 at 6:30 p.m., Building 6, Memorial Drive, Throop.
The January monthly meeting scheduled for January 13, 2012; 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.; Building 6 Memorial Drive, Throop, PA. has been postponed due to weather conditions.
If you are a grandparent or other relative raising children, check out http://extension.psu.edu/kinship on the web. It contains information on programs, resources, and other support for Pennsylvania families in this situation. You can find...
Who Should Attend? 4-H or open show judges, applicants for the Pennsylvania 4-H judges list, coaches and 4-H senior members (14-18 years of age), FFA and other youth horse judging teams, show managers, and show committee members.
The Throop 4-H Club will be writing out “Valentines for Vets” to give Veterans at the Gino Merli Veterans Hospital in Scranton.
Lackawanna County 4-H would like to invite you to participate in the planning of our local 4-H Centennial Celebration. Whether you are a parent, member, leader, or alumni, we need your input.
The next monthly meeting is scheduled for January 13, 2012; 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.; Building 6 Memorial Drive, Throop, PA. Members will be working on the “Make it with Mixes” project by doing some book work.
The rush of the first holiday of the season is over. Halloween is gone and all of the candy is too. The pumpkins and jack-o-lanterns are now part of the compost pile. However, with Thanksgiving a few weeks away, most people keep gourds around as decorations. They are ideal color for the whole fall season, as they do not rot like pumpkins. Also you may want to consider drying, or more precisely curing, gourds to make them last even longer.
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.
Start collecting items for your Robotics Project, or bring them to the Extension Office so we can have a good supply on hand.
Want to spread the 4-H word? 4-H is loved by many, but yet misunderstood by more. Why not take some time to help spread the 4-H word.
The Throop 4-H Community Club had a Pizza party Friday, October 7, in celebration of National 4-H Week. Some of the members who attended were 5th generation 4-Her’s. The organizational leader, Catherine Darko, gave a brief overview of the History of 4-H.
4-H would greatly appreciate any donation of soda can tabs.
If you know of someone who is deployed overseas and would like us to send them a care package, call the Extension Office at 570-963-6842 with their name, address, gender, and the date their deployment ends.
Congratulations to Franceska Sweeney who received the Lackawanna County 4-H Activity Leader Award for 2011 and Patricia Burchell received the Lackawanna County 4-H Leadership Award posthumously.