Supporting local 4-H programs through the Clinton County 4-H Endowment
The Penn State Extension Dining With Diabetes program helps people with type 2 diabetes identify and understand important information about managing and preventing this disease.
The hotline, a free service provided by the Clinton County Master Gardeners, operates Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings from 9:00 am until noon...
We are currently searching for applicants for a 4-H and Agriculture Summer Intern position. The deadline for applying is May 13, 2013.
Perennials, annuals, garden decorations, Master Gardener approved garden gloves, gently used garden tools, bird feeders, baked goods, and more!...
We welcome back Laurie Welch to Penn State Extension as a Family & Consumer Sciences educator where will she will serve both Lycoming and Clinton County.
Members, Volunteers and community supporters were recognized at the Nov 20, 2012 Achievement Night.
Congratulations to the Participants in the 2012 PA State 4-H Horse Show
Pennsylvania 4-H, the youth-development program administered by Penn State Extension, has been cultivating versatile children for a century. Over the last 100 years it has evolved from its agricultural roots into a globally competitive program offering educational opportunities on everything from government to robotics. Read the full story on Penn State Live...
This is an article about the 8-county 4-H Camp held at Camp Kanesatake in June.
This article describes the Quality Animal Management Training that is taking place in the Clinton County 4-H Program.
This is a newsarticle breifly outlining the Harvest 4-Health program and some related programs being offered at the Clinton County Extension Office.
Sixty area youth travelled to Krislund Camp & Conference Center in Madisonburg, Centre County from March 23-25 to participate in a 4-H Teen Retreat. Highlights of the weekend included presentations by the PA State 4-H Council members and workshops focusing on Parliamentary Procedure, and the Art of Writing Thank-You Notes. The keynote address, “Juggling Elephants,” addressed balancing all the responsibilities in our lives and was presented by Todd Musig of Salt Lake City, Utah. Saturday night’s program culminated with a magic show and hypnosis act performed by seventeen year old Corby Smith, a 4-H member from Centre County. Local 4-H members who attended (pictured above) are: Aaron Harbach, Marissa Byler, Katelyn Walbridge, Emily Walbridge, Joseph Rankinen and Kristin Cavanaugh
This is a brief count of the 4-H Mini Round Up that took place on June 30th at the Clinton County Learning Center.
This column is presented weekly by the Public Education sub-committee of the Clinton County Natural Gas Task Force in an effort to provide accurate, up-to-date information on activities surrounding the Marcellus Shale formation and the natural gas exploration industry. For more information on Task Force activities, visit the Task Force page on the Clinton County government website at www.clintoncountypa.com.
This is a brief overview of the Quality Assurance and Ethics Program Penn State Cooperative Extension is implementing into the 4-H program.