Below is a link to a Google Form that the Sales Committee would like for ALL Jr. Fair Exhibitors that plan to consign an animal to the 2020 Jr Fair Premium Livestock Sale to complete and turn into the Sales Committee building by Monday, Sept. 7 by 9:00p.m. These will be placed on the tables for the supporters to make their premium donations.
Once the form is submitted, it will generate an email PDF to the exhibitor, and they can print that PDF off. If someone does not have access to a printer, I will drop off the forms to the Sales building so they can pick it up there and attach a picture that way.
Please help spread this word to all members.
Here is the link for the Drug Use Notification Form (DUNF). Anyone exhibiting Market Hogs, Market Lambs, Market Steers, Market Dairy Goats, Market Boer Goats, Market Chickens and Lactating Goats and Dairy Cattle…MUST fill out a DUNF form for each animal. If you have 2 market lambs then you need to fill the form out 2 times. Forms may be filled out and submitted anytime before crossing the scales or showing!
Last Chance Quality Assurance
July 28, 2020 at 1:00 pm
Highland County 4-H and FFA members will have one more free opportunity to attend a virtual Quality Assurance on July 28 at 1:00. You must register by July 27 at noon. contact Kathy Bruynis if you have any questions, firstname.lastname@example.org Register at: https://osu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_73yUxJZfyhSUVmZ
The following are the new dates for Zoom Quality Assurances and you must register 48 hours prior to the date of the training at https://go.osu.edu/highlandqualityassurance2
June 24 at 10:00 a.m.
June 25 at 7:00 p.m.
July 7 at 1:00 p.m.
For information on Quality Assurance please contact Kathy Bruynis at email@example.com.
Free on-line Quality Assurance will be offered to Highland County 4-H and FFA members via Zoom. You must register no later than 48 hours prior in-order to attend the training. Each training is limited to 40 families. You can register the entire family at one time.
The following are dates and times QA is currently being offered:
June 3, 2020 at 10:00 a.m.
June 4, 2020 at 10:00 a.m.
June 10, 2020 at 10:00 a.m.
June 11, 2020 at 3:00 p.m.
Approximately 24 hours before the webinar, you will receive a Zoom link to connect to the webinar from Kathy Bruynis. The link will be sent from firstname.lastname@example.org. Training will be limited to a maximum of 40 families per session. Families only need to register once if all family members will be participating at the same time. Make sure to list all family members first and last name participating in the registration form.
Please register at the link below no later than 48 hours before the session you would like to attend.
For more information contact Kathy Bruynis at email@example.com or 937-393-1918
Highland County 4-H and FFA members,
Due to COVID-19 Quality Assurance (QA) options and requirements have been modified. With the most recent changes we have moved the deadline to complete Quality Assurance to August 1st, 2020. If you are wishing to exhibit at the Ohio State fair, you must complete QA prior to the start of the State Fair.For 2020, the Ohio Department of Agriculture is allowing us to offer Quality Assurance virtually with our certified instructors. Youth must pre-register in order to attend a specific session. After they are registered, a Zoom link with a password will be sent in order to gain access to the training. Youth will log-in and must participate for the full training to receive credit. This can be done via a computer, tablet or smartphone. Training will last a minimum of one hour. Multiple youth in the same family may participate on the same device (i.e. all sit at the same computer). Live options will be limited to 40 families (based on email address). These will be offered starting in mid – June. More details such as dates, times and how to register will be announced after June 1. You will have to make sure to turn your video on for the Quality Assurance sessions.
We are learning together on how this will work. We still hope to offer in-person trainings prior to the August 1 deadline. restriction on face-to-face meetings is lifted.
You still may can complete the online QA option through YQCA for $12.00 per person. Please send completed your certificate to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you to all those who have sent me your certificate of completion.
Please let me know if you have any questions regarding Quality Assurance.
Ohio 4-H Presents Statewide “Camp…ish” Opportunity!
Calling all stay-at-home campers! Ohio 4-H staff miss summer camp as much as you do, and we want to do what we can to bring elements of camp to your home! On June 9-11, you are invited to join us for Ohio 4-H Camp…ish! It is open to any youth ages 8-18 across the state of Ohio. Friends who are not in 4-H are welcome to register, too! There is no cost for attending, although some activities will require the use of basic art supplies, household items, or things found outdoors. Please visit go.osu.edu/campish to register by June 7! Activities will be hosted at the following times each day: 9-11 AM, 1-3 PM, 4-5 PM. Campers are not required to attend all sessions, so sign up and come for the times you can enjoy Camp…ish activities brought to you by Ohio 4-H Camp…ish Directors!
10 Principles of Twenty-First Century Leadership
From: Strock, J. (2019). Serve to lead 2.0: 21st century leaders manual. Serve to Lead Group https://servetolead.org
- “Everybody can lead, because anyone can serve.
- The most valuable resource of any enterprise is its people.
- We are in transition from a transaction-based world to a relationship-based world.
- Leadership is a relationship between empowered, consenting adults.
- Leadership is a dynamic relationship.
- There is no universal leadership style.
- Leadership roles are converging.
- A leader’s unique task is to imagine and advance a vision.
- Love is the highest level of leadership relationship.
- Character is a competitive advantage (p.67-68).”
The OSU Leadership Center invites you to check out our offerings during these times of uncertainty. Click here for more information.