In this Issue:
  • Remember the 3 R’s! – Earth Day April 22, 2017
  • Exciting Changes for 4-H Day at the Capitol #4HtoTally
  • Serving those with Cancer
  • Northwest Teen Retreat 2017
  • Teaching Youth Citizenship this Election Season
  • Life Lessons Learned at Camp
  • Collegiate 4-H: Growing #TrueLeaders Beyond High School
  • Time to Purple UP!
  • 4-H Grown & Raised
  • Hearts of Gold 4-H Club Prepares to Purple Up April 8!
  • Citizenship and Leadership

    Remember the 3 R’s! – Earth Day April 22, 2017

    Do you remember the 3 R’s?  If you are over the age of forty you are probably thinking of a classroom, a teacher, and learning about Reading, wRiting, and aRithmetic.  These are the basic standards for learning, of course.  However, it is now 2017and the 3 R’s have a new meaning to a new generation …

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    Serving those with Cancer

    Each year, teens across the Florida panhandle convene for a weekend to practice leadership skills, learn workforce skills and participate in service to their communities.  This years’ event will be February 24-26th at 4-H Camp Timpoochee.  Teens plan and lead the weekend retreat.  Last year, teens cut out and donated more than 200 pairs of …

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    Northwest Teen Retreat 2017

    Interested in meeting other 4-H teens across the district?  Do you love camp?  Would you like to be more prepared for state events like 4-H Legislature or 4-H U?  What about scholarships for college?  If any of these questions caught your attention, then Teen Retreat is tailor made for you!  Last year, a committee of …

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    Teaching Youth Citizenship this Election Season

    No matter what your political beliefs, there’s one thing we can all agree on: We have been inundated with election coverage. In November 2016, a new president will be elected to serve a four-year term, so now is an ideal time to start teaching kids about the presidential election process. Even though they may not …

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    Life Lessons Learned at Camp

    Its official- summer camp season has started, which inspired me to ponder my own childhood camp experiences and how different they were from what 4-H offers.  My first youth camping experience was not fun, but it also was not through a positive youth development program (gasp!).  That’s right- although I have been a 4-H professional …

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    Collegiate 4-H: Growing #TrueLeaders Beyond High School

    Did you know that you can extend your 4-H experience through your college years?  If you plan on attending college consider joining Collegiate 4-H.   Collegiate 4-H is an organization that provides its members with a sense of identity on campus, enriches their lives through group projects and recreation, and develops confidence and leadership skills. At …

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    Time to Purple UP!

    4-H Clubs and many others will be sporting the color Purple to support military youth on April 8! Join them celebrating April Month of the Military Child and Purple UP! Day April 8 or April 15. Be creative….the goal is for military youth to see the support in their school, youth groups, and the community! …

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    4-H Grown & Raised

     What drives a 4-H Volunteer to do what they do? Quite simply, quoting Elizabeth Andrew, “Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they just have the HEART.”  In relation to 4-H, they have a heart that bleeds green! Jamie Burgess joined 4-H in 1990 with her first project in market lambs. Throughout high school she showed …

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    Hearts of Gold 4-H Club Prepares to Purple Up April 8!

    Hearts of Gold 4-H Club and many others will be sporting the color Purple to support military youth on April 8! Join them celebrating April Month of the Military Child and Purple UP! Day April 8 or April 15. Be creative….the goal is for military youth to see the support in their school, youth groups, …

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