We've added a Scavenger Hunt to the York County 4-H Fair! You can participate in two ways - through traditional paper and through Instagram!
Congratulations to Jacob Werner and Erin Lang who will represent York County at the 2016 National 4-H Congress. Congress will be held November 25th-29th in Atlanta Georgia.
The York County 4-H Center Board of Directors is the body that makes sure our 4-H Center Campus remains solvent and able to be a beautiful, safe place for our 4-H members to meet.
If your club would like to make a club banner to display at the 4-H Center you still have time!! There are several York County 4-H clubs that do not have a banner representing their club in the auditorium of the 4-H Center.
Think your club is the best 4-H club in York County? Start working on your club portfolio now to be considered to be named an Outstanding 4-H Club in York County!
Be sure your club is collecting dimes in 16 oz. water bottles or something similar.
We are asking members to design the 4-H Fair Catalog cover! Show us how creative and artistic you can be!
We want to share what you’re up to through our social media pages!
The York County 4-H Center Board of Directors is the body that makes sure our 4-H Center Campus remains solvent and able to be a beautiful, safe place for our 4-H members to meet. They are in need of a few new directors!
York County 4-H is now on Instagram! Follow us at yorkco4h to see what’s happening in the York County 4-H program.
The York County 4-H Program is pleased to welcome Katy Lowe as one of our 4-H Summer Assistants for 2016!
A couple reminders for both our new and seasoned 4-H volunteers.
Dates for the 2016 4-H National Congress are November 25-29, 2016. Applying for this prestigious honor is simple.
The Pearl Kneller Scholarship is in memory of Pearl Kneller who was a leader in the Jefferson 4-H Club for many years before her untimely death. The family is offering a $500 scholarship to qualified 4-H members.
Thank you to everyone who assisted with the 4-H Auction this year. This includes those who worked in the kitchen, youth auction, records room, bake sale, soda table and Corian table; served as clerks, runners, and announcers and assisted with set up and clean up.
Each year we get 100’s of requests for petting zoos from individuals with birthday parties to large corporations asking for 4-H members to bring animals out. Extension staff do not have the time to assist with petting zoos, but we don’t want to tell people 4-H is not interested if there are clubs willing to do them.
Eli Meiler, a former 4-H member who was severely burned in December would like to thank the 4-H families for their support during his healing.
Congratulations to all the 4-H members who took the time to complete a Keystone Recognition Form &/or an Officers Book. Congratulations to the clubs that submitted Club Portfolios.
Trisha Bowman is working on a new program for Young Farmers and Ranchers-Farm Bureau, and is looking for the opportunity to present to 4-H clubs.
If you’re enrolled in a livestock or dairy project you can come out for a judging team.