In this Issue:
  • Hitting the Mark – 4-H Shooting Sports Volunteers Ready to Lead!
  • Florida 4-H Grows Leaders
  • The Subtle Differences Series: Diversity
  • PARENTS WANT TO KNOW: How to Choose a Safe and Fun-Filled Summer Camp for your Child
  • 4-H Volunteer Aiming For Success – Randy Adams
  • Ghoulishly Good Practices for Halloween
  • 2017 National Youth Science Day
  • Exciting Updates for the 4-H Horticultural ID Contest
  • April Showers Us With Generosity
  • 4-H Alumnae Reconnect through Love of Horses
  • Volunteer Resources

    forms, tips, affirmative action, club organization, officer elections, officer training, organizational strategies, behavior management, etc.

    Hitting the Mark – 4-H Shooting Sports Volunteers Ready to Lead!

    Ready to Lead Sixteen 4-H volunteers joined ranks with one of Florida 4-H’s largest projects by earning their Level One Shooting Sports Instructor certification September 8.  Training participants included 4-H volunteers and UF/IFAS Extension staff from Escambia, Holmes, Jefferson, Marion, Wakulla, Walton, Union and Alachua counties.  What sets 4-H instructor training apart from other shooting sports …

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    The Subtle Differences Series: Diversity

    I recently the privilege to attend a national training conducted by Washington State University called Navigating Differences. The goal of the program was to help people become culturally competent.  No magic pill exists to make us instantly culturally competent.  We have to be willing to engage in and grow through the process.  According to a …

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    PARENTS WANT TO KNOW: How to Choose a Safe and Fun-Filled Summer Camp for your Child

    As the school year wraps up, you’re likely trying to fill up your child’s summer with fun and educational programs.  Fortunately, you’ll find a variety of day and residential summer camps out there.  Does the thought of  sending your child to camp cause anxiety for your or your child?  If so, let’ me give you …

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    4-H Volunteer Aiming For Success – Randy Adams

    April is a month of many celebrations.  Included in April’s celebrations is National Volunteer Appreciation Week.  Our aim this month is to recognize some of the many dedicated 4-H volunteers that impact our youth in so many different ways. From robotics to agriculture, we have numerous outstanding volunteers that dedicate many hours and are rewarded …

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    Ghoulishly Good Practices for Halloween

    From candy to pumpkins to the costumes, Halloween is a fun-filled time for kids and adults alike. However, it can pose dangers.  To help make this year’s trick-or-treat a safe and fun time, follow these simple safety tips complied by the American Academy of Pediatrics. CREATIVE COSTUMES: Plan costumes that are bright and reflective. Make …

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    2017 National Youth Science Day

    As part of National 4-H Week, 4-H’ers participate in 4 H National Youth Science Day (NYSD), the world’s largest youth-led science experiment. This year’s 4 H NYSD event will take place on October 4. The 2017 4‑H National Youth Science Day Challenge is called Incredible Wearables!  This year’s challenge was developed by University of Nebraska-Lincoln and incorporates the fast-evolving …

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    Exciting Updates for the 4-H Horticultural ID Contest

    Horticulture is one of our state’s leading industries, and for decades, the 4-H Horticulture ID contest has helped youth learn about this industry and demonstrate mastery of horticultural identification skills.  Even if a youth does not pursue a career in the horticultural industry, learning the material for this contest can benefit them in other ways. …

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    April Showers Us With Generosity

    The month of April brings one of my favorite times of the year.  We have the Easter Bunny showering us with treats on Easter and the Earth dancing on its axis for Earth Day.  Pick any type of towering tree for Arbor Day and then there are a gazillion funny pranks and jokes to be …

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    4-H Alumnae Reconnect through Love of Horses

    Russell and Julie McMillian both grew up in Gulf County and together have established a thriving business based on their love of horses.  They now own a small farm in Dalkeith, just south of Wewahitchka, and their business Rockin’ M Ranch, consists of horseback riding lessons for beginners and beach rides for tourists and locals …

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