1 edition of 4-H club members make intelligent farmers and homemakers found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Statement||by T. M. Campbell|
|Contributions||United States. Department of Agriculture, National Broadcasting Company|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet (2 pages) ;|
The 32 Junior Fair Ambassadors members write, refine, and ultimately present a marketing plan encouraging businesses and civic groups to attend the fair and make a purchase at the market livestock. The 4-H pledge encourages 4-H members to learn and serve others. 4-H activities help members develop their head, heart, hands and health. Now, put your 4-H pledge into action. Here is a list of activities that you can do that put the four “H’s” into action. Once you have completed the 4-H action, check it Size: KB.
Noble County Extension Homemakers held their annual Achievement Night on May 4 to honor outstanding members, make special awards and install officers for the upcoming club year. The theme was "A Tribute to our Mothers" which was reflected in the beautiful table decorations. Melba Larrison installed the new officers for the club year. That year a loan fund was established for African American club members to borrow money to attend college, and the first full-time African American 4-H leader, R. E. Jones, was hired. In the program published the first statewide African American club newspaper, The Negro 4-H Mirror. Growth continued during the s and s.
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Members also participated in a monthly meeting held Nov. 2 at Wilson Lanes in Romney. A short business meeting was held to discuss upcoming events and activities, including the poster contest, officer's training school, the county awards banquet and the club fundraising project.
Who is a member of the 4-H Club. The 4-H PLEDGE I pledge. My HEAD to clearer thinking, My HEART to greater loyalty, My HANDS to larger service, And my HEALTH to better living, For my Club, my Community, my Country, and my World. THE 4-H EMBLEM A GREEN four-leaf clover with a WHITE H in each leaf.
4-H’ers learn by doing. The motto is. Members sew book bags, make pillows for teens and save pop tabs for Riley Hospital. The organization has made turbans, pillows and lap blankets for cancer patients at Parkview Huntington Hospital. The Piece Makers Quilt Club makes quilts and donates them to several county organizations, including the pediatric unit at Parkview Huntington Hospital.
EXHIBITS OPEN TO ALL RESIDENTS OF RIPLEY COUNTY OR ANY MEMBER OF RIPLEY COUNTY EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUB. The Fair Committee will be very careful in handling exhibits but assumes no responsibility for loss or damage.
Each exhibitor may make more than one entry in a class, or subclass, but can only win on one entry per class. National 4-H Song Book Paperback – by 4 H Club (Author) Be the first to review this item. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, "Please retry" — — Author: 4 H Club.
- Explore seesaw's board "4-H", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about 4 h, Service projects for kids and 4 h club pins. Welcoming New 4-H Members We want others to be a part of this great organization we call 4-H.
One way a club can help promote 4-H and get more members is to make “recruiting new members” a club goal. But most importantly, clubs need to make a plan to welcome new members when they arrive at their first 4-H club meeting.
Introduction. The Elsie Carper Collection on Extension Service, Home Economics, and 4-H spans almost nine decades from through Elsie Carper compiled and preserved the history of home demonstration and 4-H during her four decades as an administrative assistant for the national 4-H program and nearly two decades as an historian during her retirement.
Elkhart County Extension Homemakers, Goshen, IN. likes 5 talking about this 4 were here. The Elkhart County Extension Homemakers is a part of the Indiana Extension Homemakers Association 5/5(3).
The purpose of the 4-H Cooking Club is to teach nutrition, as well as, basic cooking & baking skills to youth in grades 4 - The 4-H Cooking Club meeting of will be held March 7.
Club meetings will be held on the first Monday of every other month (March, May, July, September and November). Douglas and Paul are members of the FFA. Mrs. Altman has been Girlsâ€ 4-H Club leader and has served on the county 4-H committee.
The family is active in the Methodist church in. KEHA has launched a new membership game plan with the goal to increase membership by 1, members by January 1, Each county is challenged to increase membership by at least 3 members each year for the next 3 years.
Plan your recruiting strategy now so your county can have a net game of 3 members each year from through The Youth Code of Conduct is required to be signed by all Lake County 4-H members every year.
The Youth Code of Conduct is on the back of the Enrollment Form. If the member is under their parent must sign for them. Finances Club Management Resources, Policies and Procedures. - Explore 4hsmom's board "4-H Club ideas", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about 4 h club, 4 h and Ribbon display pins.
4-H favorites Cookbook includes recipes from former members, club photos. By Patrice Stewart DAILY Staff Writer [email protected] Morgan County's newest cookbook is more than a heaping helping of good recipes — it's a slice of 4-H memories.
They are future entrepreneurs, mentors, and leaders. They are members of San Mateo County 4-H clubs. Menlo Park youth represent a growing percentage of kids age who participate in 4-H on the Peninsula.
Currently, all are members of the San Carlos Eaton Hills 4-H Club, the closest proximity club to maintain designated 4-H farm space. Crawford County 4-H is rich in its heritage. Many things have changed in 4-H over the years, but many have stayed the same.
Early history of Crawford County’s 4-H club members and their work seems to have been lost in the files in the Farm Bureau office, although scattered records gleamed from different reports show this history goes back to about or when corn clubs were common.
Jon and Peg King met as 4-H members in Boone County, married and raised a son and daughter as active 4-H members, and continue as 4-H club leaders, beef superintendents, and donors today.
During Peg’s 27 years as a 4-H club leader, she influenced more than club members by encouraging each to try new activities, by planning fun. For many years, the 4-H program has focused on the development of citizenship, leadership and life skills.
The specific life skills cultivated were identified in the Targeting Life Skills model developed by Patricia Hendricks of Iowa State University (Hendricks ).The model, also known as the Iowa wheel, includes 35 skills related to “Heart” (relating to and caring about others.
Event by Boone County Extension Homemakers on Saturday, July 22 with people interested and people going. 21 posts in the discussion.
Members of the Fort Peck Friendly Homemakers Club prepare to serve food at a fund-raiser for a children’s Christmas party, circa Early clubs on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation were segregated by race, but the Extension Office worked to integrate clubs in the s.Each club is unique, meeting on different days and times but they all present the monthly club lesson to the members.
Most of the traditional clubs meet at the club member's homes. Felts Club. Meet monthly on the 2nd Monday at 12 Noon. This traditional club meets at member homes. Homelighters Club. Meet monthly on the 1st Monday at 6 PM.Typically, members are allowed to cross county lines to join 4-H if there is a specific 4-H project offered in the neighboring county that is not offered in the county of residence, or if the family lives so close to the county line that it is more feasible to attend meetings in the neighboring county.