Þ 4-H University! Now is the time to let me know what contest you would like to take part in.
Þ Fundraising! Please turn in raffle ticket $ on 04-8-2022
Þ Service Project! Turn in Plastic Easter Eggs and Candy to the 4-H Office by04-11-2022.On the morning of 04-14-2022 we are hiding Easter Eggs at Kinder Head Start.
Þ Next Meeting: 4-19-2022 at 11:00 a.m.
Þ Alexandria Zoo Trip: This activity is for Junior Leader Members Only.4-23-2022, We will leave from the 4-H office at 8:00 a.m.
Attention Middle School and High School Members!!!!
Our next meeting will be held at the 4-H Office on Tuesday April 19, 2022 at 1:00pm-2:00pm
This will be our final meeting. We will not have time slots for this meeting.
We are so excited about our upcoming Summer Camp! June 27-30th
All Fees and Forms are due to the 4-H Office by May 3, 2022
If you have any questions please call our office 337-639-4376 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Þ All entries must be turned into the 4-H Office by April 14, 2022.Please remember to include your name, school, grade and category. The photos must be mounted on a black sheet of construction paper.
Þ Categories: People, Animals, Outdoor Shots, Promoting 4-H, Action Shots, Night Shots, Black/White, Agriculture, Allen Parish, Creative Selfie, Food Sports, Travel, Catch-All
Things to Remember!
We will begin promptly at 12:30 p.m. at Oberlin Elementary Auditorium; You may want to arrive a few minutes early so that your members can turn in contest items. You will arrive, awards will begin, and everyone will be dismissed and allowed to take part in our educational stations.
Bring Contest items to the Auditorium Stage as soon as you arrive!
We will be offering a few contests and a variety of educational stations.
Contest Divisions include: Elementary 4th-6thJunior 7th-8thSenior 9th-12th
Please remember all 4-H’ers and 4-H leaders must wear a name tag to identify the school you are representing and your name!(You may use the same design used at Demonstration Day. There will not be a contest for name tags.)
Remember to pick up your contest items before you leave.
If your school is not attending due to testing, you can still turn in contest items
Leaders, please turn in your pre-registration by April 25, 2022.
These are items that you prepare at home. Make sure your child can carry project.
Turn these items in as soon as you arrive!
Þ Bird Houses! Be creative and have fun!
Þ Refurbish, Re-Use, Recycle, Upcycle, Take Something Old and Make it New! One entry per person
Qualifications: Projects should be made mostly of materials that would otherwise be destined for the dump or the recycling bin.
Categories: *Toys & Games *Jewelry Fashion & Clothing *Sculpture *Garden Art *Home Décor Art
Þ Promote 4-H Poster Contest! Show your 4-H Spirit and submit a poster promoting 4-H! *Limit 1
Standard Size Poster, Posters will not be returned, Winning posters will be displayed on the 4-H Exhibit Wall at the Fair! Place name, school, and grade on the back of the poster
Þ Rubber band Contest, Limit 1 per Category, Design and Create! Must use at least one Rubber band! Be Creative! Categories: Artwork, Working Invention (please include Written Directions for inventions
Þ 4-H T-Shirt Design: Winning design will go on the next club years t-shirt for Allen Parish 4-H.The Winner will receive a FREE t-shirt. Turn in design on a 8 1/2x11 sheet of paper. One winner will be chosen.
Þ Lego Challenge! Most Creative Lego Design. Limit One Entry per Member
Þ 4-H Poetry Contest! Poem must be about 4-H.Must be original. Entries will be judge on creativity.
Members! We are asking you to nominate your 4-H Leader! 4-H Leaders play such and important role. We want to recognize all the wonderful things our leaders are doing.
Please submit a paragraph stating why your 4-H Leader should be leader of the year. Please email your paragraph to Mrs. Brooke by April 7, 2022 email@example.com
This year we had our first school garden at KHS! Great Job to Mrs. Jenny and her 4-H Gardening Club!
Transform a schoolyard space into a garden! A school garden is a wonderful way for students to physically connect with nutrition education, understand the process of growing healthy foods, and recognize environmental stewardship. A school garden can also be integrated into many subjects such as math, science, health, literacy and social studies.
Steps to Follow if you are planning to have a school garden!
Þ Form a Garden Committee, Determine Goals for Your Garden, Find Your Site, Plan and Design Your Site, Consider Materials And Funding and Information Sources