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Our 4-H club work offers recreational advantages to us

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  • 4-H clubs,
  • Recreation,
  • Radio addresses, debates

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Statementby Lyda Mae Barbee
ContributionsUnited States. Department of Agriculture, National Broadcasting Company
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Pagination1 sheet (2 pages) ;
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Open LibraryOL26436419M

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April, WHAT IS 4-H CLUB WORK 7 (2) Instruction session (Local leader in charge) (a) Team or individual demonstrations of work according to the program I b) Inspection of the record books (c) Work period (3) Social and recreation period. This period should be devoted. 4-H Club, one of an organization of clubs for youth aged 10 to 21 who engage in programs of “learning by doing.” The clubs are found principally in the United States and Canada, though some 80 other nations have adopted the idea. The 4-H Club emblem is the four-leaf clover with the letter H on each leaf; the club colours are green and white. Anyone interested in finding out more about 4-H, joining an existing 4-H Club, or starting a new 4-H Club, should come by the Van Buren County Extension Office at Hwy 65 South Suite in Clinton or call us at Choosing Our Clubs Project. At the beginning of each club year members choose one or more projects to work on throughout the year. 4-H Alberta has over 30 different projects members can take part in, including but not limited to taking photos, building remote control airplanes, training pets, raising livestock etc. How to recruit members.

  On the other side of the coin, general clubs offer a broader 4-H experience. Tass Heim of Ada County, Idaho, began her 4-H work in , bringing a wealth of equine experience with her. And, while she leads the horse projects within her club, she feels a general club offers unique benefits. "We meet once each month as a whole club. Complete the form to receive general 4‑H program information, or contact your local 4‑H office below. Find 4‑H Near You: Select your state and county below. See What 4‑H Has to Offer: View your local 4‑H website or contact your local county Extension office for more details on programs and clubs in your area or volunteer information. This activity plan is part of the Wisconsin 4-H Leader Training Series. It will help 4-H adult and youth club leaders identify why it is important to self-evaluate their 4-H club and how it benefits all members, parents and leaders. Leaders will gain a variety of ideas, resources and methods. Highlights of many county 4-H programs. Each county 4-H program offers a variety of opportunities for our diverse audience. Checkout the amazing 4-H programs across Oregon in this slide show. Then follow this link to learn more about the opportunities in your county. Many counties have similar program offerings as well as unique projects available.

  4-H meetings offer a variety of experiences for members. Meetings contain business, project work, educational programs, community service, recreation and social activities. All of these may not be part of every meeting, but each should be included during the year for a well-balanced program. Bring your club to Amazon Book Clubs, start a new book club and invite your friends to join, or find a club that’s right for you for free. The 4-H Harvest shows how 4-H, like the countryside it often symbolizes, is the product of the modernist ambition to efficiently govern rural economies, landscapes, and populations. Reviewed in the. Completed projects may be exhibited at the County Fair or similar UC 4-H event. They are judged and awards are given for quality work. Club Officers. Clubs that are run by an executive board, made of 4-H members, must have the following positions but many have more: President - conducts meetings and appoints committees. _____ club Recreation Leader(s), please come forward. Games are the way to get all involved in a good time at club meetings. The Recreation Leaders have the job of planning and leading these games. These gummi bears are a thanks to our Recreation Leaders for making the meetings more bearable!