Timeline for County 4-H Awards & Trips – Due Oct 14

2019 Washington County 4-H Awards Application – pdf

2019 Washington County 4-H Awards Application – fillable pdf

2019 Washington County 4-H Awards Application – Google Docs

2019 Washington County 4-H Awards Application – in Word

2019 Honor Club Application (completed by club)

2019 Scrapbook Application/Score Sheet (completed by club)

4-H Member Completion Report for member pins & certificates (completed by club advisors)

 

October 14 – Member’s application due to Extension Office.

October 21 – Awards Selection Committee reviews applications and selects 4-H Project Pin and Special Pin Award Winners.

October 21 – Trip Committee interviews applicants and selects winners for 4-H Trips and Margaret Meredith award.

November 14 – 4-H Year Celebration begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Washington County Career Center. Award Applications are returned to all applicants.

 

Shooting Sports Fundraiser – Pancake Breakfast

Shooting Sports Fundraiser…Pancake Breakfast, Marietta Applebee’s Restaurant, 482 Pike Street, 8:00-10:00am, Saturday, April 13. 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 9:30am. Thank you for your support to help purchase supplies, equipment and recognition items for the 4-H shooting sports program!

April – May 4-H Newsletter Posted

The April – May 2019 4-H Newsletter is now posted to the OSU Extension website: https://washington.osu.edu/program-areas/4-h-youth-development/washington-county-4-h-newsletters. The newsletter will be mailed to soon to all 2018 enrolled families. Since 4-H Enrollments are not due until April 15, new families should access this online copy of the newsletter.

Highlights Include:

  • Endowment Dinner Report
  • Market Livestock Update
  • Fair Updates
  • Jr Fair Royalty Contest
  • 4-H Week Winners
  • Ohio 4-H Conference Report
  • New Poultry Resource Book (from Ross County)
  • Pumpkin Growing Contest
  • Schwan’s Cares Camp Fundraiser
  • 4-H Camp Dates & Registration Form
  • Drones at Camp!
  • Upcoming Programs & Events

National 4-H Shooting Sports Teen Leader Institute

Below you will find the application for the 2019 National 4-H Shooting Sports Teen Leader Institute, August 6-10, hosted by Texas A&M University, Kingsville, TX.

Applicants must be 15 years of age by January 1, 2019 to apply.  It is recommended that the candidates also have at least one year left in 4-H to carry out the duties.

State Shooting Sports Coordinators can select up to 2 applicants.  Please identify one as the primary candidate and one as the secondary candidate. Forward the two applications to Nicole Pokorney, pokorney@umn.edu, 863 30th Avenue SE, Rochester, MN 55904 by May 15th.  Selected applicants will be notified by the National 4-H Shooting Sports Committee by June 1.

Contact Bull’s Eye Club Instructors if you have questions.

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Piedmont 4-H Shooting Sports Camp

Piedmont 4-H Shooting Sports Camp

  • Basic Archery
  • Advanced Archery
  • Basic Rifle .22 Rimfire
  • Basic Shotgun
  • Basic Pistol

June 7-9, 2019 For Ages 9 – 13 only
This camp will be held at 4-H Camp Piedmont, Piedmont, OH and all shooting classes are taught by certified 4-H Shooting Sports Instructors
Registration and Camp Fee are Due by: May 10, 2019 Camp fee: $150.00
Camp fee after May 10th is $160.00 (may not receive t-shirt)
No registration accepted after May 17

Camp Registration Form: 2018 SS Camp Registration Form-22kysob

Ohio 4-H Shooting Sports State Championship/Shotgun Competition

Announcing the 2019 Ohio 4-H Shooting Sports State Championship/Shotgun Competition. This competition is open to all Ohio 4-H members enrolled in any 4-H Shooting Sports discipline and age 13 as of 1/1/2019. Youth must meet all Ohio 4-H Shooting Sports requirements, including but not limited to, being knowledgeable and proficient in the safe use of the equipment and knowledgeable of the general rules of the event. The event is April 13, 2019 at the Cardinal Shooting Center in Marengo, Ohio and only includes a shotgun competition this year (additional disciplines will be added annually). The cost to register is $40 by April 5th and $50 late registration/day of event. All targets are provided but members will be responsible to supply their own firearm and ammunition. To register on-line: https://go.osu.edu/ss2019  All appropriate forms will be emailed to each youth registered. Those registering day of the event must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian to complete the appropriate forms. Rules can be found at: https://goo.gl/QdcSPV

The competition serves as part of the selection process for the 2020 Ohio 4-H Shotgun Team that will compete at the National 4-H Shooting Sports Competition held in Grand Island, Nebraska. Youth ages 13-17 as of 1/1/19 are eligible for the team. Those youth age eighteen as of 1/1/2019 can compete for awards but not for selection to the 2020 State Team.

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Ohio 4-H Shooting Education Camps Seeking Camp Counselors

The Ohio 4-H Shooting Education Camps are seeking camp counselors! We have two different opportunities for current 4-H’ers and even alumni.

The basics:  

Applications are due through the online system by March 15th: https://go.osu.edu/shootingsportscounselor

The position description and another letter with information is provided in the application. You can also find the link to the application on the Ohio 4-H Shooting Education Camp page: https://ohio4h.org/families/members/events-opportunties/shooting-sports/4-h-shooting-ed-camp

Dates: Junior Camp – June 27th-30th (campers arrive the 28th; staff arrive late afternoon of the 27th)

Senior camp: — July 13th-19th (campers arrive the 14th, staff arrive the later afternoon of the 13th)

The details:

TEENS: must be at least 14 years old as of January 1st, 2019 to counsel at Junior Shooting Education Camp. This is a great opportunity for youth in your county who are counselors and just want more time at camp. NO shooting sports experience required! This is also a great opportunity for those youth who are involved in shooting sports to give back to younger members. We have had several of our teens serve in this role and it gets kids who may never think about being a county camp counselor an opportunity to take on a leadership role in a project area they are invested in.

ALUMNI: Senior Education Camp needs counselors who are 18+ this is a great opportunity for those last year counselors and a way to draw in young alumni into volunteer roles. Any 4-H alumni will need to go through the process to become an approved screened volunteer in your county, and you will be asked for a reference/recommendation as part of the selection process. In the event that we do not have enough counselors who are 18+ we will evaluate options.

 TRAINING: Those youth who are shooting sports teens but not county counselors will need to work with their respective county 4-H professionals to complete the training in the county. The past three years we have offered training at the spring instructor workshop, but have not had enough interest. I appreciate your help and support in working with these teens to provide them the necessary training.

All applicants will need to fill out the online application and complete a phone or zoom interview with  Christy Clary.

4-H Shooting Sports Starts March 17

4-H Shooting Sports Program starts its winter session at 1:00 pm, Sunday, March 17 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, discipline times, and enrollment forms go to http://go.osu.edu/ssports and take a look at the “When & Where” section.

Jan – March 4-H Newsletter Now Posted

The January – March 2019 4-H Family Newsletter will be mailed today and is also posted on the OSU Extension website. https://washington.osu.edu/program-areas/4-h-youth-development/washington-county-4-h-newsletters

The newsletter contains:

  • Ohio 4-H Conference Registration
  • Annual Advisor Training Dates
  • Bull’s Eye Winter Session Dates
  • State Opportunities & Dates
  • 2019 Camp Dates
  • Ohio 4-H Week Opportunities
  • 4-H Open House Announcement
  • 2019 Fair Changes
  • 2019 4-H Calendar
  • Endowment Dinner Helper Form

Bull’s-Eye Shooting Sports 4-H Club Starting October 7 for Fall Session

FALL SESSION:

Check out the flyer about the upcoming 4-H Shooting Sports session! For youth ages 9 – 19!  The flyer contains meeting dates, times and discipline descriptions.  The cost of the program is $5.00 for dues and eye protection. (For health reasons, each participant will be assigned safety glasses.) The $5 is collected at the time enrollment forms are turned in which will be available at the first meeting and are also at http://washington.osu.edu/program-areas/4-h-youth-development/washington-county-shooting-sports

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:  More adult volunteers are needed! Let one of the current volunteer instructors know you’re interested in helping so we can discuss how you’d like to assist. If you’ll be attending with your child, why not have something to do while you wait! We’re in need of archery, muzzleloader, living history, rifle, and pistol instructors and a coordinator for roster management. Assistance with any of the other disciplines would be welcomed too. Your consideration would be greatly appreciated!

If you have any questions, please call Erica Baker at 740-818-8184 or myself at 740-525-4980 or 740-473-1373. We look forward to seeing you soon.

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