Two Westmoreland County members set up a display in their school for Pennsylvania 4-H Week.
The 2015 Open House was held at the Donohoe Center in Greensburg to help get the word out about 4-H.
Congratulations to Wendy Gillis and Jane Guyer who received the 4-H Salute to Excellence awards.
The 4-H Leaders Kickoff in Westmoreland County was a success! Leaders enjoyed dinner, a teambuilding game, and received an update of what's to come this year.
A great club for those who want to learn all about horses.
Eight Westmoreland County 4-H Teens braved the snowy weather to attend the 2015 4-H State Teen Leadership Conference over this past weekend.
Annual meeting to bring 4-H Organizational Leaders up-to-date on the year ahead.
This year nine 4-H members were awarded a $900 scholarship from the Westmoreland County 4-H Memorial Scholarship Fund.
This year's Lifetime Achievement Award winners were recognized for their accomplishments in their project area.
The 2014 Project Book Award winners received recognition for their accomplishments at this year's 4-H Achievement Night.
The Blue Ribbon Ag 4-H Club helped out a local church with a community service project for Meals on Wheels.
4-H Leaders looking to start a 4-H Robotics Club in their county recently attended a half day training in Westmoreland County at the Penn State Extension Office. The fifteen adults had an intense 4 hour workshop on LEGO Mindstorm Robot programming. After attending, most felt comfortable in moving forward in working with 4-H members in this new exciting 4-H Project.
Westmoreland County 4-H was well represented at the PA State 4H Horse Championship Show. Out of the 36 participants, 6 of those members came home champions!
Thank you to Ag Choice Farm Credit for the continued support of this award!
Westmoreland County 4-H Members exhibited their horses with pride at the Pennsylvania State 4-H Championship Horse Show held October 24-26, 2014 at the PA Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg, PA.
Westmoreland County 4-H has new requirements for members wishing to attend State Achievement Days in Shooting Sports.
In addition to planning for Achievement Night and the TSC Paper Clover campaign, the 4-H Teen Leaders tested the rockets they built as part of the National Youth Science Experiment.
Saturday October 11th there will be a 4-H Horsemanship Skills Clinic and Testing at the Westmoreland Fairgrounds starting at 10 a.m.
The 2014 4-H Benefit Auction reached a new record this year raising $30,000 dollars for the Westmoreland County 4-H Program.
Between the new state 4-H Robotic competition and the increase in the number of 4-H robotic clubs, the effort to grow interest in science and technology in the 4-H program is going strong. Meeting on September 3rd for interested teens.