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...
The state is collecting all Community Service and Service Learning activities across the state...
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.
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...
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.
Between the soda, soft pretzels, pizza, chips, candy and other goodies, we just couldn’t fit the chocolate chip cookie cake!
As part of the centennial celebration, Pennsylvania 4-H is compiling a history of the PA 4-H program through stories.
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 4-H State Leaders Forum is a bi-annual event bringing 4-H leaders from across the state of Pennsylvania together to learn about 4-H projects and news about the 4-H program.
Lackawanna County 4-H is in the process of revising the Fair Judging Sheet for the 2013 Northeast Fair. The 4-H member will now be judging themselves for up to 20 points of their score. We are working on a rubric to help members with their scoring. Leaders’ judging will now be for up to 30 points of the scoring and the Fair Judge will still be 50 points of the scoring. Below is an example of the new judging sheet.