Blake Campbell and Mariah Stollar were recognized this week at the Fawcett Event Center at The Ohio State University. They are 2 of the 20, Outstanding Senior Awards winners for The College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences.What an accomplishment!!
Special thanks to our officer session trainers!
- President/Vice President: Haley Tornes & Kathryn Hartline
- Treasurer: Connor & Ellie Tullius
- Secretary, News Reporter/Historian/Scrapbook: Madison Wells & Michelle Way
- Health & Safety/Community Service: Sierra & Beth Sinclair
- Recreation: Oak Grove Explorers 4-H Club
The April-May 4-H Newsletter is now posted for 4-H families and volunteers. The newsletter has also been mailed to all 2017 4-H families. Please share with new 4-H families as they will not begin to receive newsletters until the June-July edition.
Participants must be a 4-H member between 14-19 (4-H Age) and commit to attend trainings and independent study. Content will be related to beef, goat, sheep and swine topics. Information sessions will be held April 15 and April 22 at the Ohio 4-H Center. 2018_Skillathon TeamFlyer-22lrx2p
Make a note for Saturday, April 14 on your calendar! It’s clean up time at 4-H Camp Hervida. Camp Clean-Up is another community service opportunity for your club. Clean up begins at 9:00 AM.
Bring rakes, gloves, brooms, tarps for moving leaves and pickup trucks for hauling leaves to the compost pile. Members might want to wear gloves for raking leaves, stacking firewood and picking up brush. Also, do not forget sack lunches and beverages. Usually the cleaning is done around 12pm and lunch begins! Camp Clean-Up will take place rain or shine. Please dress appropriately.
If you have questions please call Chris Cavalier at 740-541-2306
All 4-H club officers and advisors are invited to the March 27, 2018, 4-H Officer & Advisor Training at the Washington County Career Center.
All 4-H sessions will begin at 7:00 PM. Officer sessions will be taught by local adults and teens. Those being offered include:
- President/Vice President
- Secretary/News Reporter/Scrapbook/Historian
- Health & Safety/Community Service
A session will be offered for 4-H Club advisors to learn more about club programs, speakers and local tours available for clubs.
The program will end with an Installation Ceremony for all club officers.
The Washington County Interstate Exchange Club is holding its annual Peanut Butter Egg Fundraiser. Orders are due by March 23. Eggs are made by club members and volunteers. The peanut butter eggs are 1lb and sell for $6 each. Contact a club member or Ellie Tullius, advisor at email@example.com or the extension office-Kathryn Hartline 740-376-7431. The club will be traveling to Wyoming this year and money raised helps send them.
4-H Shooting Sports Program Starts…its winter session at 1:00 pm, Sunday, March 18 at Hervida 4-H Camp. Youth ages 9-19 are welcome to join in the fun while learning the basic skills of a shooting sports discipline. Choose from archery, pistol, rifle, shotgun, and/or living history. All shooting equipment and supplies are provided. For the rest of the meeting dates, discipline descriptions and discipline times go to http://go.osu.edu/ssports
Shooting Sports Fundraiser…Pancake Breakfast, Marietta Applebee’s Restaurant, 482 Pike Street, 8:30-10:30am, Saturday, April 14. Bull’s-Eye 4-H Club will receive 100% of the tickets sales. Applebee’s donates the food/beverages. The breakfast includes pancakes and beverage for $5. Walk-ins are welcome. A Silent Auction also will be held and closes at 10am. Thank you for your support to help purchase supplies, equipment and recognition items for the 4-H shooting sports program!