The Jactown Fair results are in!
The Rags to Rabbits 4-H Club in Lebanon County has a Haitian connection. This year a 15 year old youth currently serving with his family as missionaries in Haiti enrolled in the Lebanon County 4-H Club to learn more about rabbits.
The Cameron/Elk County 4-H Programs have been working on building the Endowment since 2010 in order to help to sustain the local 4-H Programs. The progress is very exciting and promising!
A very special thank you goes out to our wonderful 2014 4-H Summer Assistants in Cameron County! These wonderful individuals make 4-H Summer Clubs possible!
A very special thank you goes out to our wonderful 2014 4-H Summer Assistants in Elk County! These wonderful individuals make 4-H Summer Clubs possible!
Visit the Elk County Fair to see a variety of projects completed by our 4-H members throughout the year! Stop by to see projects in animal science, shooting sports, and arts and crafts. For the first time, 4-H Summer Programs will be submitting projects also! Come and see what 4-H is all about!
Visit the 4-H building during the Cameron County Fair! Projects from the 4-H Summer Clubs will be displayed, and there will be a variety of games available for youth to play. Support your local 4-H Program by stopping in!
Hands-on activities designed to be fun, interactive and educational will expose young people to a variety of scientific fields at Penn State's Ag Progress Days, Aug. 12-14. Displays will engage young visitors in robotics, animal science and health, wildlife ecology and other topics, according to event organizers.
Keeping a family safe, healthy and happy can be a daunting task. But a visit to the Family Room at Penn State's Ag Progress Days, Aug. 12-14, can help make that job a little easier.
4-H Day camp was held on July 9, 2014 at Washington Park. We had 56 4-H members and 18 Counselors.
Washington County sent 8 Counselors and 12 4-H members to the SW Regional 4-H Camp.
4-H club exhibits are an exciting, visual way to communicate to the public the experiences had in 4-H.
Join us on Thursday, August 7th at 6:00pm
All 4-H members and volunteers should understand the requirements for club participation and project completion. Check out the 4-H Program Policies and Procedures to avoid issues during Round-up and the Fair.
Let's show up 4-H strong at Woolrich's Youth Expo! Club participation is needed on Sept 13th to show our community what 4-H has to offer and how to get involved.
A PA 4-H Forestry Project Skills Training is planned for 4-H youth (age 12 and up), 4-H adults and 4-H Leaders for September 27, 2014 in Rock Springs, PA. It is designed to give 4-H'ers and current (or potential) project leaders confidence in working with the 4-H Forestry Projects. No prior experience with forestry projects is needed.
Traditional 4-H clubs meet in communities everywhere - usually during evenings, on weekends, or on summer days. Being involved in a traditional 4-H club requires that an adult be available to transport the 4-H member to and from meetings and activities. For some families, all that running works out just fine, but for others, it's just not feasible.
There will be two scholarships awarded in the amount of $1000 each. No essay is required, but an interview/phone interview may be necessary to narrow down finalists. Getting scholarship money is a great first step toward defraying college costs and making your life easier, so don’t hesitate to apply!
Now is the time to make sure your project books are up-to-date...
Watch your mail for order forms. Additional order forms will be available at Round-Up and the Clinton County Extension Office.