Join us with the Ohio Attorney General’s Office to talk about Consumer scams and how to protect yourself from them.
When: Thursday, May 6th from 10-11am.
Where: Virtual – follow below for login information
This event is not sponsored by the Ohio Attorney General’s Office. The Ohio Attorney General’s office does not specifically endorse or recommend OSU Extension Portage County or any products or services affiliated with OSU Extension Portage County.
This service was offered by OSU Extension Portage County and the recorded video presentation information is available below:
The Ohio 4-H Grab & Go Club Meeting Toolkit provides 4-H volunteers and teen leaders with seven (7) club meeting agendas to help plan for the 4-H year. Each agenda is two pages. The first page provides an overview of the topic, a sample agenda and resources to put ideas into action. The second page provides in-depth explanations and specific strategies.
Each agenda highlights how to adapt in-person 4-H activities to a virtual setting.
Clubs may discover creative solutions that remain part of their club tradition for years to come. Visit Ohio 4-H’s Stay Connected page for more resources.
Each agenda highlights strategies for including Cloverbuds in developmentally
appropriate, non-competitive club activities. A variety of Cloverbud-specific activity resources are also available on the Ohio 4-H webpage For Cloverbud Leaders.
Click on link below for more information: https://ohio4h.org/sites/ohio4h/files/imce/Grab%20%26%20Go%20Club%20Meeting%20Toolkit%20FINAL.pdf
This year we’re going to space and the challenge happens on Mars! Cloverbuds will design a place to live on the Red Planet and create a model featuring their method of transportation. The 4-H Cloverbot Challenge will be virtual via Zoom on Monday, July 12 or Thursday, July 22 from 6:30-8 p.m. All teams must register by June 30 and new teams can order a kit to help them get started at a reduced rate thanks to support from the Ohio 4-H Foundation.
The Friends of Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge will be presenting Ohio Birds for 4-H Virtually Saturday May 22 from 10-11 a.m. This program will help those 4-H members who are completing project 621 Ohio Birds or be a beginning for any youth wanting to learn about the birds they may see in their back yard. They will cover attracting and feeding birds, ways to view birds and record sightings along spots to see new birds along the Lake Erie Birding Trail. This presentation will assist with a plan your own learning activity or the Leadership/Citizenship activity of inviting a speaker to a 4-H club.
Pre-registration is required.
More information can be found at:
Learn about loans, grants, scholarships, and the net cost of higher education.
Finding financial help to pay for college can be difficult, and sometimes the process seems overwhelming. This activity helps students identify the types of financial aid that are available to them as they seek to pay for a college education.
This is the second in a two-part series of activities about paying for college. See Part 1, “What is the Real Cost of Going to College?”
Part 2: How to Pay for College
Topic: College Readiness, Financial Literacy
Estimated Time: 45-60 minutes
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