Purdue Extension UAV Technology Program
Hosted by Ohio State University Extension, Butler County
FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot Test Preparation Course Topics
FAA Test Preparation
Flight Plans and Record-Keeping
Image Quality & Troubleshooting
Sensors & Artificial Intelligence
Ohio State University Extension
1802 Princeton Rd
Hamilton, OH 45011
Dates & Time
Oct 21, 2021 8:00 am—4:30 pm
Oct 22, 2021 8:00 am—4:30 pm
Cost: $200 per person
Do you want to learn more about leadership, public speaking, teamwork, and more? Do you have a skill for creativity, engineering, or just a plain hard worker? Do you like to be involved and help make a difference? Do you want to help organize and conduct a county community event? Then you need to be part of the 2022 Clermont County Junior Fairboard!
Current and NEW members need to register before October 17, @ 11:59 pm.
2022 JFB Application: https://forms.gle/bgZQerNe8DhNbymR6
2022 Personal Reference Form: https://forms.gle/pBawVrjcyKuBsgWF8
- Members must be at least 13 years old on 1/1/21 and not older than 19 years on 1/1/2021
- 1st-time applicants must submit 1 personal reference; current members do NOT need to
- Reference form link should be emailed to their reference to fill out
- Applications are online-only this year
- Applications and references must be submitted/received by 11:59 pm Friday October 17th @11:59PM
- Questions: contact
Real Money. Real World. (RMRW) is a youth-focused financial literacy program from Ohio State University Extension. It can be used with youth ages 12-18, but it is ideally suited for youth ages 13-16. The curriculum is time-tested and has been highly successful because of the creative community efforts of Extension educators, local school teachers, and community volunteers.
Real Money. Real World. is fun and distinctive because it includes an interactive spending simulation that provides the opportunity to make lifestyle and budget choices similar to those made by 27-year-old adults. As a program of Ohio State University Extension, the most preferred and successful RMRW programs are partnerships of the county OSU Extension office, the school, and the business community. RMRW has three parts:
Part I: Four preparatory classroom lessons
Part II: A hands-on budget management and decision-making spending simulation
Part III: A post-session evaluation of spending choices made during the simulation
The OSU Clermont County Extension Office is now scheduling times for Real Money, Real World in-person or virtual demonstrations for the Fall/Winter.
If you are interested in scheduling a time for your organization or classroom please contact Margaret Jenkins, FCS Educator Clermont County, @ email@example.com or contact the Clermont County Extension office @ 513-732-7070.
SEPTEMBER 21, 22, & 23 2021
Tuesday and Wednesday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm and Thursday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Presale tickets are available for $7 from your local OSU Extension Office now through September 20th and support your local Extension Office. Children 5 and under are free.
Tickets at the gate are $10 each.
For more information about this years review, visit this link.
Do you know any youth that are interested in taking over the family farm, starting their own farm, or owning their own business in the agriscience industry? Please pass on the attached flyer to anyone that is interested in attending Agricultural Entrepreneurship Camp on the weekend of September 24-26. Open to all youth that are in high school. Registration is now open and can be found here: http://go.osu.edu/exploreagcamp. This camp is a partnership between Explore Ag, Lucas County Extension, Franklin County Extension, Hocking College, Grow Next Gen, Venture Lab, and Young Entrepreneur Institute.
During this one-of-a-kind weekend camp,
students will participate in hands-on activities
to explore careers and entrepreneurship in
In addition to inspiring an entrepreneurship
mindset, campers will learn about creating a
business. Campers will also hear from
Hocking College professors with topics
ranging from timber harvesting to fishery
Applications and more information to be an Ohio 4-H Teen Leadership Council (TLC) member for the 2021-22 program year are now available online at: go.osu.edu/TLC. Please note: applications, supplemental materials, and program fees are due (received, not postmarked!) by Friday, August 13, 2021.
The Ohio 4-H Teen Leadership Council (TLC) is a statewide group of 4-H teens and young 4-H alumni that provides a youth stakeholder perspective in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of Ohio 4-H programming. In this process, council members develop knowledge, skills, attitudes, and aspirations needed for future success. Council members share advice and recommendations to 4-H professionals in order to improve, strengthen, and expand the Ohio 4-H program. Members also make recommendations regarding opportunities for Ohio 4-H teen programming. They serve as a sounding board for Ohio 4-H program direction.
A reminder for all 4-H General Project Participants: members who did not pick up their general projects from the 4-H Hall, have until Friday, August 13th to pick them up from the OSU Clermont County Extension office. Any projects not picked up by this date will be disposed of, after August 13th. Project pickup times are during office hours, unless arrangements are made with office personnel to pick up at a different time.
On Tuesday, July 27th Clermont County 4-H members participated in STEM Day, during the 2021 Clermont County Fair. Participants learned how to use a Sphero robot as an engine in a carriage of their own making. Participants had to ensure that their design for their carriage/chariot was: stable, swift, and capable of steering around or overcoming obstacles without losing their passengers (2 Ping Pong balls). Participants worked in teams and had a half hour to construct their carriage/chariot. Once participants completed their designs, the competition for 1st through 3rd place was on. The results and photos of the Sphero Races for STEM Day are as follows:
1st Place – Team Balloon Animals (Leo, Vivian, Amy, and Caleb)
2nd Place – Team Dorschug (Abigail Dorschug, Olivia Dorschug, and Grant Dorschug)
3rd Place – Team X Car (Lazaro Rios, Alfonso Rios, and Trey Weber)