As of this writing, Ohio 4-H is still meeting virtually – no in person events/activities.  

I will learn more on Friday morning with our State 4-H call. I will communicate what I learn with Main Advisors that afternoon.  Meanwhile, here are some items to do and some to consider.

•  Ohio 4-H has upgraded the 4-H online database – new link: https://oh.4honline.com        Use your family email and MUST REQUEST new password

•  County 4-H Report Forms were emailed to all 4-H members last week – you received that eLetter, too.  Attached is another copy. Forms are due February 28 at 11:59pm. Finalizing Recognition event date this week.

NEW 4-H Book for 2021:                      REVISED 4-H Books for 2021

354 Medicine Science and Safety          179R Uniform Rules for 4-H Horse 

355 Tracking Your Health and Fitness    412 Sew for Others

387 Here, There, Ag Careers Are           584-586 Photography Series

Everywhere                                            752 Shotgun MRB

613 Exploring Polar Science                  755 Muzzleloader MRB                       

673 Edible Landscapes                          756 Living History MRB                      

 • To View 4-HFamily Guide: https://ohio4h.org/familyguide

 

Preparing Youth for Success

4-H is a non-formal educational, youth development program offered to individuals age 5 and in kindergarten to age 19. Ohio 4-H youth development reaches more than 240,000 youth each year – helping kids “learn by doing” through hands-on activities.

All 4-H programs focus on active involvement and quality experiences which stimulate lifelong learning of values and skills. 4-H members learn valuable lessons in leadership, communication and collaboration while increasing their knowledge in math, science, technology and a variety of other topics.

4-H creates fun while learning in a variety of ways. Kids can participate in 4-H through community clubs, camps, in-school and after-school activities, and summer programs. They increase their self-confidence and personal life skills while learning about specific subjects - anything from animals or computers to public speaking, cooking, art, gardening and environmental sciences, just to name a few project topics.

I pledge
My head to clearer thinking,
My heart to greater loyalty,
My hands to larger service, and
My health for better living.
For my club, my community,
My country and my world. 

To view Ohio 4-H projects, click here

 

To Join 4-H in Montgomery County: 

Individuals interested in the 4-H program may contact Betty Wingerter, 4-H Youth Development Extension Educator, at  937-952-1620 or wingerter.1@osu.edu

You can also learn more about all OSU Extension 4-H youth development programs at ohio4h.org.


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