2021 Assumption Parish March/April Clover Chatter

This issue contains information on 4-H Event dates, 4-H Garden Contest rules, and Character Count’s Corner.

Margo L. Castro, 4-H Extension Agent
Assumption Parish LSU AgCenter
119 Robin Street
Napoleonville, LA 70390
(985) 369-6386
mcastro@agcenter.lsu.edu



Important Dates:

March:
5 – Challenge Camp
8 – Jr. Leader Meeting
13 – Jr. Leadership Conference
15-21 – Regional Shooting Sports
26 – Demonstration Contest
26 – Sew with Cotton Contest

April:
2 – Easter Holiday - Office Closed
12-18 – State Shooting Sports
23 – Garden Contest Entries Due


4-H Garden Contest

Gardens can be small or large and must contain at least 4 different vegetables.

Call the 4-H Office at 985-369-6386 for more information.

All entries must be received at the 4-H Office by Friday, April 23, 2021.Judging will take place in May.

This contest is sponsored by the Lower Delta Soil and Water Conservation District.

Mariah Simoneaux,
Agriculture and Natural Resource Agent
Assumption Parish



Character Count's Corner

Every decision we make, whether large or small, has a positive or negative consequence.

From our choices…our character is formed.”
- Unknown



I pledge my HEAD to clearer thinking,
My HEART to greater loyalty,
My HANDS to larger service,
And my HEALTH to better living.
For my club, my community, my country, and my world.



2020-21 4-H Calendar of Events

March:
Club Meeting as per schedule
5 – Challenge Camp
8 – Jr. Leader Meeting, at 4-H Office
13 – Jr. Leadership Conference
15-21 – Regional Shooting Sports
26 – Demonstration – Contest
26 – Sew with Cotton Contest

April:
No Club Meetings
2 – Easter Holiday – 4-H Office Closed
2-9 – Easter Holiday – Schools
12-18 – State Shooting Sports Match
23 – Garden Contest Entries Due
TBA – Jr. Leader Meeting, at 4-H Office

May:
Club Meetings as per schedule
TBA – Jr. Leader Meeting, at 4-H Office

June:
22-25 – 4-H University

July:
5 – July 4th Holiday – 4-H Office Closed

TBA – To be announced.


Look for new contest rules in monthly Clover Chatter.


“It is the policy of the Louisiana Cooperative Extension Service that no person shall be subjected to discrimination on the grounds of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, or disability.”

If you have a disability which requires special assistance for your participation in any of our activities, please contact Margo Castro at 985-369-6386 or mcastro@agcenter.lsu.edu.

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