Susquehanna County was well represented at the Junior Horse Championship Show, the premier competition of the year for most 4-H horse members enrolled in junior horse projects.
For the past few years, the Susquehanna County 4-H Program has been lucky enough to have an anonymous donor sponsor a bike prize for 4-H members that complete community service projects.
Each year, several Susquehanna County 4-H clubs design flower spots, and enter them into the 4-H Flower Beautification Contest.
4-H Pumpkin Roundup will be held at Penn State Extension’s Annual meeting. Come join the fun on October 21st!
Come celebrate 4-H member's and leader's accomplishments by attending the fun-filled Achievement Night banquet on November 8th at the Mountain View High School!
All 4-H Clubs must submit a 4-H Club Treasurers and Audit Report, pages 38 and 39 of the 4-H Treasurer’s Book, to the Extension Office by Wednesday, October 1st.
Does your 4-H club have a member who has shown and abundance of '4-H Club Spirit' this year? Then nominate them for this special award!
The Blue Ribbon Club Award gives 4-H clubs a chance to receive something special for their many efforts throughout the year!
Would you like take part in the 2015 PA Farm Show? Farm Show will be held January 10-17th in Harrisburg, Pa. Display your 4-H projects, enter your market animal and try for a scholarship!
All Susquehanna County 4-H Livestock Projects will be tagged at the Harford Fairgrounds. We will also be weighing all the livestock animals to enter them in the Rate of Gain Contest.
Dairy bowl is a team event of four members in which youth are asked questions related to dairy nutrition, reproduction, health, calves, current industry events, and much more!
October 5-11, 2014 is National 4-H Week and Susquehanna County is celebrating! During this week 4-H clubs are encouraged to take part and promote 4-H in your community.
Good Production Practices are required for all youth to show a project animal at a county roundup, district, or state show!
4-H members attended Penn State Achievement Days and got the opportunity to take part in competitions that relate to their 4-H project areas.
The Friends of Susquehanna County, Inc. recently presented Susquehanna County 4-H Educator Abby Onyon with a generous donation for the Susquehanna County 4-H Program. The Friends of Susquehanna County, Inc. select several local organizations and offer financial support to their missions.
Susquehanna County 4-H was recently presented with a gracious donation from Visions Federal Credit Union. Visions Federal Credit Union has a branch office on Route 706 in Montrose.
Penn State requires that all volunteers working with minors must complete Reporting Child Abuse training (per Policies AD39 and AD72) each calendar year. For 2013, this must be completed by December 31.
Susquehanna County 4-H held its Annual 4-H Achievement Night and Leaders Recognition Celebration at Mountain View High School, on November 9th. The evening began at 6:00 with an excellent covered dish dinner that was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone! It was a great evening of celebrating and recognizing the accomplishments of our Susquehanna County 4-H meetings, as well as the many hours of service of our volunteer leaders!
Come one, come all to the State Leaders Forum! Don't miss out on a great chance to take part in 4-H workshops, activities, and meet other leaders!
In 2014, all Susquehanna County 4-H Animal Science members will begin completing Good Production Practices 10-12. This year, Good Production Practices will be offered through the winter months in order to allow 4-H members to complete them.