In this Issue:
  • 4-H Provides Opportunities for Military Volunteers
  • Plan to Purple Up on April 21st
  • 4-H Day at LEGOLAND 2016
  • 4-H Grows Leaders Through Military Partnership
  • Volunteers SPIN into 4-H and Find New Friends and Opportunities!
  • Hearts of Gold 4-H Club Prepares to Purple Up April 8!
  • 4-H Grows: Environmentally Conscientious Youth!
  • 4-H Teen Retreat: Growing Leaders with Help from Farm Credit
  • Making a Fresh Start in 2016
  • 4-H is Growing Workforce Preparation
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    4-H Provides Opportunities for Military Volunteers

    Victoria Ballard came to Santa Rosa County 4-H in 2011 from Texas.  Her family has been involved in 4-H since her oldest daughter turned eight.  As a military spouse, Victoria has seen 4-H in two states.  Prudence Caskey, the Santa Rosa County 4-H Extension Agent, has worked closely with Victoria and the two clubs that …

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    Plan to Purple Up on April 21st

    April is the Month of The Military Child! When we think of honoring our military, we often think of Memorial Day and Veterans Day. Did you know there is also a time identified to honor our youngest heroes, military children? Since 1986, April has been designated Month of the Military Child. This allows us to …

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    4-H Day at LEGOLAND 2016

    The 4th Annual 4-H Day at LEGOLAND on Saturday, September 10th. This event is an opportunity for 4-H members and their families to explore the LEGOLAND theme park at a deep discount, while raising funds for 4-H clubs, camps, and other educational programs.  LEGOLAND is a great way to have fun with the entire family …

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    4-H Grows Leaders Through Military Partnership

    The month of April provides an opportunity to recognize and honor the service of our youngest heroes, military children. Since 1986, April has been designated Month of the Military Child. This allows us to acknowledge the significant role military youth play in our communities and honor them for their commitment and sacrifice. They are resilient …

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    Volunteers SPIN into 4-H and Find New Friends and Opportunities!

    Many of our greatest relationships can be traced back to chance encounters. Evelyn Gonzalez and Becky Pengelly, the Leon County 4-H Sewing SPIN (Special Interest) Club Leaders, met by chance though the encouragement their 4-H Agent, Stefanie Prevatt. Evelyn learned of Leon County 4-H in the summer of 2014 through her service with the Tallahassee …

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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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    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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    4-H Teen Retreat: Growing Leaders with Help from Farm Credit

    Each summer Florida 4-H camps are bustling with 4-H volunteers, staff, and youth enjoying their week long residential camping experience. As a significant delivery mode in experiential learning, residential camping annually is home to nearly 4000 youth participants and 250 volunteers and agents. Within this mixture are some very important teens that give up their …

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    Making a Fresh Start in 2016

    Happy New Year!  This month, our blog will be focusing on tips and ideas for making a fresh start. Do you have a New Year’s Resolution yet? If so, how do you plan to make sure you will achieve your goal? How can you assure yourself it is not simply a wish you will wish every …

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    4-H is Growing Workforce Preparation

    The business world says that there are not enough young people with strong communication skills, work ethic, and leadership skills to fill today’s workforce pipeline. Through schoolwork, youth can gain knowledge and skills in areas like reading, writing, math and science. Working hard in school and taking advantage of all the opportunities available is very important, …

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