The Noble Co Spring Classic will be held April 24 at the Noble Co Fairgrounds.
This an open steer and heifer show.
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 Washington County Extension Office has two Lego kits available for loan to Cloverbud groups. These are available on a first come first serve basis. Contact Bruce if you would like to borrow a kit. Clubs can also order kits from the State 4-H Office.
Here are the complete Cloverbot details: 2021 Cloverbot Challenge
4-H Shooting Sports Fundraiser: Join us on April 27 for Marietta Applebee’s Together We Care Tuesday. Bull’s-Eye 4-H Club will receive 50% of what is spent on a menu of five Applebee’s favorites. No flyer or receipt needs to be turned in. Just ask for the “special menu” to order from and the cash register will keep track of the proceeds. Thank you for your support to help purchase supplies, equipment, and recognition items for the 4-H shooting sports program!
We had three Washington County 4-Her’s that submitted Ohio 4-H Achievement Award applications this past January. We are proud to announce and we would like to congratulate our two state winners! Julia Hartline for being the state winner in the Ohio 4-H Achievement award for Carteens. Julia is the daughter of Jeff and Kathryn Hartline and a member of the Backyard Gang & Carteens 4-H Clubs. Anna Holschuh is also a state winner in photography. Anna is the daughter of Bill and Pam Holschuh and a member of the Oak Grove Explorers 4-H Club. The teens have won a trip to National 4-H Congress which is held in Atlanta, GA.
Are you a 4-H member interested in learning more about sewing?
Join the Zoom clinic series presented by 4-H Master Clothing Educator volunteers from across the state. You will expand your sewing knowledge and learn skills to help you with your projects. Attend all of the sessions or the ones that interest you.
April 29, 2021 7-8 pm: Picking Patterns, taking measurements, and selecting fabric and notions
May 5, 2021 7-8 pm:Laying out your pattern, how to pin, how to use shears and grainline
May 18, 2021 7-8 pm: Seam finishes and directional sewing tips
June 9, 2021 and June 15, 2021 7-8 pm: Zippers, closures and hems
Register by completing the online survey at:http://go.osu.edu/sewing2021
You will receive an email with a Zoom link one day prior to each session
Poultry orders for market turkeys, market chickens and market ducks are due April 15. Payment must be included. An order card can be printed from: https://washington.osu.edu/program-areas/4-h-youth-development/washington-county-4-h-forms
Or here: 2021 Poultry Order Postcard
Link to 4-HOnline System: https://oh.4honline.com/
Just in case you missed our April 1st Facebook video. Here is the link!