December 2020 4-H Greene Clover Newsletter

 

Please take time to review the latest December 2020 4-H Greene Clover newsletter.

 

We have updated a lot of information including information about including information on 4-H Online enrollment, required volunteer training (starting this week!), financial summary reminder, teen trip and scholarship application, and camp update.

 

Don’t forget to download the 4-H Now App for the latest info too!

 

I am also attaching the newsletter to the email if that is easier to read.

 

Our latest newsletter, Greene Clover, is posted on our website.  Please review and share with all.

https://greene.osu.edu/program-areas/4-h-youth-development/greene-clover

 

Thank you!  As always, please let Brenda or I know if you have any questions or concerns.

 

Thanks and have a great snowy day!

 

Rebecca

 

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December Newsletter

Ohio 4-H Foundation Board: Teen Member

The Ohio 4-H Foundation is looking for the next teen representative to serve on the board of trustees for a two-year term. We are looking for strong leaders between the age of 14-18 as of January 1. The application can be found here by clicking here.  The deadline for submissions is December 14th.

We would love to see some Greene County applications!

Reminder: Pick Up Livestock Checks

Just a reminder that if you haven’t pick up livestock sale checks, please do so soon.  Their hours are as follows:

Closed Monday

Open Tuesday 8:30-12:30

Open Wednesday Noon-4:00

Open Thursday 8:30-12:30

Open Friday 8:30-12:30

 

For questions, please call 937-372-8621.  Remember your mask when picking up checks.

Thank you!

Thank you to those who have connected their Kroger Plus card to support the Greene County 4-H. Kroger donates a portion of what you spend at Kroger back to our organization and this is no additional cost to you as a Kroger customer!
If you are not connected to another organization and shop at Kroger, connect your Kroger Plus card at any time so that the Greene County 4-H earns funds to help them with their events, programs, and more!

Project Book Update

As a reminder, we have many project books in stock at our office.  Please email Pat at zehring.5@osu.edu to hold the book.

We’ve got you covered with LOTS of ways to obtain project books this year!

  • Download one for free. Select from a dozen popular titles in the Perfect Stay-at-Home Projects collection. Click on the book you want, and when the file opens on your screen, save or print it from there. This year, a selection of 4‑H Cloverbud activities is available too. (For accessible formats of these publications, visit cfaes.osu.edu/accessibility.)
  • Order and pick up project books in your county office. If you would rather purchase a printed copy of a Perfect Stay-at-Home Project or any other project book, check with your club advisor and county educator. Ohio residents get the best price on printed books when they order and pick up their purchases through local Extension offices.
  • Buy one online. Like last year, you also can order directly from extensionpubs.osu.edu. Ohio residents receive free shipping on orders of $20 or more with the coupon FREE2021. Books cost slightly more this way, but orders can be shipped directly to any Ohio address. There is no restriction on the number of times a coupon can be used.  See our printable Ordering Is Easy instructions. Please review your order carefully. Extension Publishing is not able to accept returns.
  • Make your own. Self-determined projects are an excellent choice for self-motivated members eager to get started by creating their own projects. Although self-determined projects may be better suited for older 4-H members, they are available for any member and are often based on idea starters already available online. Many of the idea starters are great stay-at-home projects too, for example, Music, Bats, String Art, Climate Change, American Sign Language, etc. Learn about the best of current circumstances with My Own Stay-at-Home Project. (For project judging, self-determined projects are judged in self-determined categories.)

4-H Project Books: Available Today!

Are you thinking about what 4-H project to take next year?  Or are you looking for additional virtual learning resources?  Now is the time to look at 4-H projects!

This is the list of what we have on hand at our office today.  Please contact Pat at zehring.5@osu.edu or 937-736-7215.  We can mail if that is easier for you.  

If picking up, please do so within 2 weeks of placing the order.

407 Accessories for Teens
751 Archery Member Record Book
555 ATV Safety
631 Basic Archery
474 Beyond the Grill
670 Canning and Freezing
167RI Chick Quest Logbook
167RS Chick Quest Logbook Sets of 25
406 Clothes for High School and College
424 Clothing for Middle School
426 Clothing for Your Career
711AG Cloverbud Volunteer Guidebook
408 Creative Costumes
126 Dairy Cow Project and Record Book
127R Dairy Resource Handbook
410 Designed by Me
181 Draft Horse
417 Dress-up Outfits
189 Dressage
411 em-bel-lish: A 4-H Guide to Wearable Art
530 Entering Electronics, Level 4
185 Equine Reproduction and Genetics
481 Everyday Food and fitness
377 Finding Your Voice: Public Speaking Made Easy
135 Goat Project and Record Book
472 Grill Master
691 Grow Your Own Vegetables
692 Growing with the Seasons
762 Horse Nutrition
177 Horse Training: How to Talk to Your Horse
645 Insect Adventures 2
646 Insect Adventures 3
491 It’s My Home
218 Leaping Forward, Level 3
132 Llama and Alpaca Project and Resource Handbook
425 Look Great for Less
418 Loungewear
527 Magic of Electricity, Level 1
556 Measuring Up, Level 1
755 Muzzleloaders Member Record Book
715I My 4-H Cloverbud Year
420 Outerwear for Anywhere
376 Pantry Panic
230GPM PetPals Leader’s Guide
230 PetPals Project and Record Book
220R Pocket Pets Resource Handbook
150 Poultry Project and Record Book
498 Quilting the Best Better
501RI Rockets Away Logbook
501GPM Rockets Away! Exploring the Science of Forces and Motion
490 Science Fun with Dairy Foods
497 Scrapbooking: A 4-H Guide to Preserving Memories
409 Sew Fun
430 Shopping Savvy
752 Shotgun Member Record Book
463 Sports Nutrition: Ready, Set, Go
184 Standardbred Horses
475 Star Spangled Foods
413 Sundresses and Jumpers
140 Swine Breeding Project and Record Book
487 Take A Break for Breakfast
374 Teens on Board
448 Teens on the Road to Financial Success
358 The Truth About Tobacco
622 Trapping Muskrats in Ohio
543 Tune It Up, Level 3
518 Wheels in Motion, Level 2
620 Why Trees Matter
529 Wired for Power, Level 3
462 Yeast Breads on the Rise
467 You’re the Chef
550 Young Engineers in Solar Energy
552 Tractor Operations, Level B
553 Tractor Operations, Level C
554 Tractor Operations, Level D
National Poultry Judging
Basic Information about Chickens, OSU GC
Candy Making
Trash to Treasure
Baking Pies

November 2020 Greene Clover 4-H Newsletter

Please take time to review the latest November 2020 4-H Greene Clover newsletter.

 We have updated a lot of information including information about including information on updates to the Ohio 4-H Planning Guide for In-Person Meetings and Events, upcoming SPIN clubs, Cloverbud resources, required volunteer training, achievement award completion, enrollment, and 4-H membership eligibility and more.

Don’t forget to download the 4-H Now App for the latest info too!

 Our latest newsletter, Greene Clover, is posted on our website.  Please review and share with all.

 https://greene.osu.edu/program-areas/4-h-youth-development/greene-clover

 Thank you!  As always, please let Brenda or I know if you have any questions or concerns.

 Rebecca