Ohio 4-H Teen Leadership Council members, Sarah Francis and Lillian Wildey, were selected as Ohio delegates to attend the National 4-H Conference in Washington, D.C. National 4‑H Conference is the pinnacle experience in 4‑H Civic Engagement, providing the opportunity for young people to connect, learn, engage, lead and impact their communities, their nation and their world. Sarah and Lilly participated in hands-on activities to learn about civic engagement, civic education and personal development. They attended roundtable meetings to discuss current issues, such as Ag Challenges and Youth Policy and developed briefings to present to government agencies related to their topic.
Throughout the week, Sarah and Lilly had the chance to explore our Nation’s Capitol and pay tribute to those that fought for our freedom. They also got to see the cherry blossoms in their peak blooms! They visited Capitol Hill and had the chance to meet with some of our Ohio legislators including Senator Rob Portman and Representatives Jim Jordan, Bill Johnson, and Brad Wenstrup.
Sarah Francis is a member of Heritage Builders 4-H Club and Lillian Wildey is a member of Buckles and Boots 4-H Club. Congratulations, Sarah and Lillian! We’re proud to have you represent Ohio and Clermont County 4-H!
Mark your calendars for a Multi-County 4-H Training on Thursday, February 28. Great way for 4-H Volunteers to get their mandatory Policy 1.50 Training (two sessions offered) and youth to get their Quality Assurance Training.
Register today at: go.osu.edu/2019multicountytraining.
- Policy 1.50 – Two sessions offered. Come early for the 6:30 class.
- Livestock Updates and Quality Assurance – from Lizz Share, State Extension Specialist, 4-H/Youth Development Livestock and Food Animal Programs
- Cloverbud Volunteer Resources
- Cake Decorating & Creative Arts
- Teen Trips & Opportunities
- Growing Great Qualities in Kids
- How to Complete Your 4-H Project
Don’t miss this exciting opportunity for youth and adult volunteers!
Share your 4-H photos in celebration of National 4-H Week October 7-13, 2018! OSU Extension Clermont County is hosting a Facebook Photo Contest. Share a different photo(s) each day of the week with #Clermont4H for a chance to win fabulous prizes. (More details to come)
- Monday – 4-H Families
- Tuesday – Leadership
- Wednesday – Projects
- Thursday – 4-H Camp/Trips
- Friday – Clermont County Fair
The Teen Leadership Council is hosting an Achievement Form Workshop Sunday, November 19, 2017 from 6-8 p.m. at the Nationwide Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center! 4-H members completing the achievement form, AND 4-H professionals/parents/advisors who want to learn more should plan to attend! Attendees will learn about opportunities that can arise from successful achievement form completion, improve record keeping skills, and enhance forms to make them even stronger. There are two options: basic overview, ideal for 1st time completion attendees and more in-depth, ideal for 2nd+ completion attendees.
All new(er) 4-H families are encouraged to join us on May 9, at 6:30 p.m. for New Member Night! We will have information about completing your 4-H projects, 4-H camp and other opportunities, what to expect at project judging and fair and much more!
Congratulations to our State Camp/Trip Scholarship Recipients. And, a big thanks to 4-H Committee for providing generous scholarships to make these experiences feasible for our 4-H youth.
Citizenship Washington Focus
- Elsie Bezold
- Anna Francis
Leadership Washington Focus
Ohio Forestry Camp
- Gabriella Bottomley
- Lauren Pride
- Julianna Bottomley
- Kate Novak
- Louie Novak
Carving New Ideas
Jr. Shooting Sports Camp
- Philip Bottomley
- Abram Cowdrey
- Nora Cowdrey
- Grace Pride
Buckeye Leadership Workshop
- Mikaya Esz
- Sarah Francis
- Alexis Parks
Ohio 4-H Leadership Camp
Space Adventure Camp
- Iszzy Rios
- Don Souders
- Luke Uhlenbrock
4-H trips and camps are excellent opportunities for youth to expand their knowledge, develop friendships, and learn exceptional leadership skills.
All youth wishing to attend these trips must apply by completing the 2017 Scholarship Application for State & National Opportunities. Applications are due on or before January 31, 2017.