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Changing your diet and cooking habits is a real challenge.  Dining with Diabetes (DWD) is an interactive cooking school that will give you motivation and resources to meet the challenge.

DWD is a four-part nutrition education series designed for people with diabetes and their family members or caregivers.  Workshops are informal and interactive, encouraging group discussion. All classes include recipes, food sampling, cooking demonstrations and take-home resources.  Cost for the four-class DWD workshop is $40 per participant and may be covered by some insurance plans.

DWD is led by Clermont Extension FCS staff members Margaret Jenkins and Mona Glover.  Community health partner Robert Westbrook, pharmacist and owner of The Pill Box Pharmacy in Amelia, is a series presenter. Westbrook is a Certified Diabetes Educator. Participants will learn strategies to control blood sugar through menu planning, carbohydrate counting, portion control, label reading and recipe modification.


LOOK Law & Order Day

LOOK to Clermont students enjoyed Law & Order Day at the Sheriffs Office.  Thanks to Chick-fil-A for lunch and to the Sheriff’s Deputies and Municipal Court for allowing us to visit.  The students also enjoyed a visit from K9 Mox.

QA & Camp Prep on Presidents’ Day

Clermont County 4-Hers made the most of their Presidents’ Day, taking QA tests and preparing for 4-H Camp.#TrueLeaders

Quality Assurance In-Person Training Dates
All Junior Fair exhibitors taking market steers, feeder calves, market lambs, market hogs, market goats, lactating dairy cattle, lactating dairy goats, market poultry and meat rabbits are required to complete an approved Quality Assurance Program in an Ohio County.  A parent/legal guardian or an advisor must also attend a Quality Assurance program each year.

  • March 14 at Felicity Franklin High School, Registration 6:00 p.m., Program 6:30 p.m.
  • March 22 at Grant Career Technical Center, Registration 6:00 p.m., Program 6:30 p.m.
  • April 4 at Clermont Northeastern High School, Registration 6:00 p.m., Program 6:30 p.m.


2017 4-H Camp

  • June 9-13, 2017
  • For ages 8 to 14
  • Open to 4-H members and non 4-H members
  • Registration: Coming Soon

Farm and Family Night 2017

Hard to believe it has been 8 years since the first Farm and Family night. This has been a cooperative partnership between Maysville Community and Technical College, Ohio State University Extension and University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension as well as many others from around the southern Ohio and Licking River Valley Area.

This event has something for everyone. The ticketed dinner begins at 5pm -7pm or until its all gone. The opening session begins at 6pm in the Fields Auditorium. To get your FREE tickets, contact Adams, Brown, Clermont or Highland County Extension offices to pick them up. Must have a ticket for dinner only! All other items and events are open to the public.

There will be door prizes and events going on with the trade show, plus sessions on a number of topics including, but not limited to:  Soil Health, Sheep and Goat Production, Bee Keeping, Quality Hay, Marketing Livestock, Nutrition of Cattle Coming out of Winter, Backyard Poultry, Lawn Management, Food Plots for Wildlife, Rain Gardens, Healthy Appetizers, Making Your Own Soup and Sauces, Crockpot Meals, and youth activities.   Some of the sponsors for this event include Farm Credit, Riverside Tractor in Augusta, Hinton Mills, Cahall Bros. John Deere, McFarland Chevrolet, Ripley Federal Bank and more.

Music in the trade show area will be performed by Harry Pedigo and his students from St. Michael’s School of Ripley, Ohio.

For more information, and a look at the sponsors click here at Farm and Family Night 2017-1mu9bro .

Riding Smooth

Felicity, OH- Students at Felicity-Franklin High School rode their way to fruit smoothies, as they learned how eating fruits and vegetables while using low-fat dairy products is a great way to meet their daily nutritional needs.  The smoothie bike was a great way for students to prepare smoothies for themselves while achieving physical activity requirements for a healthy lifestyle.

Great Learning Opportunity for 4-H Youth

Little International is a showmanship contest designed to teach 4-H and FFA members how to show multiple species of livestock.

This year Little International will be held on April 1st. This event will be located at the Wilmington College Equine Center. Registration will be from 7:00AM-8:00AM. From 8:00AM-9:00AM we will have demonstrations on how to show each species, with the contest starting promptly to follow.

There will be THREE age divisions:

Beginner (Ages 9-12)

Intermediate (Ages 13-16)

Senior (Ages 17-21)


There will be FOUR species that will be shown:


Beef Cattle



Participants can either choose to show all four species OR they can pick whichever species they would like to show; however it is a great learning experience. ALL ANIMALS AND SHOW EQUIPMENT WILL BE PROVIDED.

This is a perfect opportunity for youth to learn or enhance their showmanship skills and gain new interests in showing livestock.  Click HERE for a Pre-Registration Form and event flyer.

Clermont County 4-H Week & 4-H Online Family Enrollment Open House

It’s Clermont County 4-H Week!  Join us in celebrating everything that makes 4-H great!  Stop by the 4-H Online Family Enrollment Open House this Saturday, February 18, from 9:00am to 12:00pm, in 4-H Hall. Select projects, and register.  We will have laptops available and 4-H staff/volunteers will be there to provide assistance to families. 4-Hers will have past projects on display and will be available for questions.

All members must be enrolled in 4-H by the March 1, deadline in order to exhibit as a 4-H member in the 2017 Clermont County or Ohio State Fairs.

LOOK to Clermont – Registration Open

Registration is now open for LOOK to Clermont during the 2017-18 school year. Clermont County High School Juniors and Seniors may register by contacting the OSU Extension, Clermont County office or by seeing their school guidance counselor.

LOOK to Clermont Youth Leadership Program consists of two leadership courses (managed by OSU Extension – Clermont County and UC Clermont College) embedded in a program for Clermont County high school juniors and seniors.  Students are eligible to earn college credit through both institutions. The program is a series of classroom and practical learning experiences designed to develop and enhance leadership skills and potential, as well as increase awareness of critical issues in Clermont County such as community development. Participants also complete a group leadership project that benefits the community. Learn more here.

More LOOK leadership development opportunities will be coming soon including the LOOK Summer Leadership Experience. Please, contact the office for more information at 513-732-7070.