In this Issue:
  • Remember the 3 R’s! – Earth Day April 22, 2017
  • DIY Gratefulness Tree Tutorial
  • 5 Ways To Celebrate Gratitude
  • 4-H Day at Gator Football
  • Beat the Heat with a DIY Neck Cooler
  • 4-H Grows: Environmentally Conscientious Youth!
  • Family Friendly Ideas to Ring in the New Year
  • 4-H Meets Community Needs through Service
  • Tips for Healthier Holiday Cooking
  • Summer Picnic Safety Tips
  • 4-H Club Group Activities

    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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    DIY Gratefulness Tree Tutorial

    Have you ever heard the saying, “take time to stop and smell the roses?”  With the hustle and bustle of daily life, this can be easier said than done!  However, according to several studies, being intentional about gratitude can benefit you both physically and mentally.  A Gratefulness Tree is a fun and creative way to …

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    5 Ways To Celebrate Gratitude

    Not much can make one happier that the warm scents of pumpkin spice, twinkling festive lights, and the joyous spirits that the holiday seasons bring many families.  As the Thanksgiving holiday season approaches and we find ourselves dashing from one from one festive event to another, it becomes a wonderful opportunity to pause with our …

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    4-H Day at Gator Football

    Just a few more days until College Football season kicks off!  The Gator Ticket Office is proud to announce a special ticket offer for all 4-H members, employees, alumni, as well as their family and friends for the Gator Football game on Saturday, September, 3rd against the UMASS Minutemen! Take advantage of this opportunity to …

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    Beat the Heat with a DIY Neck Cooler

    Even though it is not yet August, the Florida heat is sweltering.  Staying hydrated is key, but you can also stay comfortable outdoors with a neck cooler.  The neck cooler helps cool the blood pumping to your head and is a very effective way to prevent heatstroke when you need to be outdoors.  This project …

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    4-H Grows: Environmentally Conscientious Youth!

    4-H literally got its start with gardening. The very first 4-H Clubs focused on growing tomatoes and corn for boys and canning for girls. Many youth and volunteers still enjoy gardening projects today.  One great curricula that is used is the Junior Master Gardening Program. This program allows youth to enhance their life using gardening …

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    Family Friendly Ideas to Ring in the New Year

    The New Year is upon us, and it is so fun to celebrate its coming with our families.  Do you have a favorite New Year’s Tradition? If not, there is still time to plan one for this year!  Here are a few fun and easy ideas to inspire you: New Year’s Eve Bonfire– roast hotdogs and …

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    4-H Meets Community Needs through Service

    Clear evidence of mastering a skill is being able to employ it in one’s everyday life. Knowledge is only as good as how we are able to use it. 4-H dedicates itself to educating youth with research based curriculum not only for their own benefit but also so they can share that knowledge with others. …

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    Tips for Healthier Holiday Cooking

    The holidays are often filled with time-honored traditions that include some of our favorite meals and foods. As you celebrate, think of little changes you can make this holiday season to create healthier meals and active days. An added bonus, these small changes may help you to avoid those extra holiday pounds we all fear …

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    Summer Picnic Safety Tips

    Summer months are a great time for picnicking with family and friends. Flies and other insects can be rather annoying, but the “bugs” you can’t see can be extremely harmful. Bacteria love the warm humid weather and grow more quickly in the summer than any other time of the year. The number of people who …

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