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Building a better America through the 4-H clubs

Gertrude L. Warren

Building a better America through the 4-H clubs

by Gertrude L. Warren

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Extension Service in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • 4-H clubs.,
  • Agricultural education.

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    Statement[by Gertrude L. Warren].
    SeriesAgriculture information bulletin -- no. 58.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[16] p. :
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15571027M

    Arapahoe County 4-H 4-H is a community of young people, ages , across America, learning leadership, citizenship, and life skills. Join 4-H! – EnrollmentNew members are always welcome to A. Participating in 4-H 4-H is a great program because it provides options for young people to participate. From a 4-H club located in your community, a SPIN club that focuses on one particular project area, or participating in 4-H through your classroom at school, 4-H allows youth to learn in .

    Welcome to Best Friends 4-H Club! We are an inclusive 4-H canine therapy dog competition project club designed to assist our Nontraditional (a member with a life disability) and our Traditional (a member without a life disability) 4-H'ers in learning about the many aspects of canine handling in dog training, canine ownership responsibility and dog competitions. Number of 4-H Clubs Approximately 20 clubs with about members. Number of 4-H Cloverbud Clubs Approximately 15 clubs with about members. Committees: 4-H Advisory Committee A group of 12 elected members who provide guidance and direction for 4-H programming throughout the year. 4-H Saddle Horse Committee Open to members, parents, and.

    Other groups and schools may also use 4-H curriculum free of charge. We encourage members and parents or guardians to look through the project book when you receive it to make certain that the project can be completed by the member or with some help from an adult or teen leader from the club. mind by the 4-H Club member at all times. Record Keeping Record keeping is a very important part of 4-H project work. Records should be kept accurately, neatly, and continuously. The completed 4-H record book should tell the complete story of the 4-H project from the time it File Size: 2MB.


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Building a better America through the 4-H clubs by Gertrude L. Warren Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Warren, Gertrude L., Building a better America through the 4-H clubs. [Washington, D.C.]: U.S. Dept. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Warren, Gertrude L., Building a better America through the 4-H clubs.

Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. 4‑H is a Community for All Kids. 4‑H gives kids a voice to express who they are and how they make their lives and communities better. 4‑H Grows True Leaders.

4‑H teaches kids life skills like hard work, respect and compassion to create positive change in their communities and the world. Learn About Shop 4‑H. 4‑H will continue to stay vigilant in our outreach, support and service to America’s youth no matter the challenge, circumstance or implications.

This is who we have always been–helping all kids pledge their Head, their Heart, their Hands and their Health to the service and betterment of our country and our world. This is 4‑H. 4-H Historian.

Welcome. Congratulations on your new role as your 4-H club’s historian. You h ave the opportunity to document activities that will be both memorable and educational for your 4-H club. Below is a list of responsibilities for your office as well as activities, ideas, and websites to help you plan a memorable scrapbook.

Good luck. 4-H CLUB INSECT MANUAL' By M. JONES, cxtt nsion i titinnoJogist, Division of Subject Matter Extinsion Si rvier INTRODUCTION This insect manual was prepared primarily for the use of 4-H club members, but it also may be useful to other [i^roups of youn^i people. Its purpose is to üive a better understanding of insects and.

Incorporating recreation into your 4-H activities also encourages leadership and team building in your 4-H youth. You may view building your club like building a team. The four main characteristics of an effective team are trust, enthusiasm, ambition, and motivation.

TRUST allows team members to depend on each other, and goodFile Size: 1MB. Jessie Field Shambaugh developed the clover pin with an H on each leaf inand by they were called 4‑H clubs. Cooperative Extension System is Created The passage of the Smith-Lever Act in created the Cooperative Extension System at USDA and nationalized 4‑H.

4‑H programs are available through local 4‑H clubs, 4‑H camps, in-school and after-school programs. With the support of adult mentors, youth select from a menu of hands-on project ideas to complete.

4‑H programs are available for children ages 4‑H Cloverbud programs are available for children ages 4-H curriculum focuses on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), healthy living and civic engagement.

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Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more. After-school 4-H clubs (9 through 18 years of age) meet after school hours, usually from to p.m., in a school or public building; use 4-H materials; and may or may not have elected youth officers (depending on its organizational setup, a short- or long-term club).

4-H and FFA members will be required to attend a Colorado MQA program a minimum of twice during the course of their 4-H career – once as a junior ( years old, 4-H age) and once again within one year after becoming a senior ( years old, 4-H age) 4-H member.

State 4-H Club Leader William H. "Teepi" Kendrick sought to develop youth to "be yourself at your best" and to "make the best better" through a fourfold personal development pattern involving the head, hands, heart, and, at that time, hustle.

It was with this philosophy, in collaboration with others, that the 4-H emblem was arters: Chevy Chase, Maryland. to 20 minutes of group-building activities. Group building is an important “key” that can unlock some of the social barriers all people build around themselves for protection.

It provides an “excuse” to enjoy learning, sharing, respecting and growing in life skills with the members of our 4-H Size: KB.

- Attributed to 4-H Extension Educators. The Otoe County 4-H program is open to all youth ages 8 to 18 as of January 1st each year. Youth ages 5, 6 or 7 years of age are eligible to participate as Clover Kids in the Otoe County 4-H program. To be eligible you need to enroll in 4-H by May 1st each year and you can do so by going to Working with the 4-H club leaders, they plan and carry out the club program.

Officers who involve fellow 4-H members in club decisions are most successful. They give everyone a chance to participate. America was made great through strong leadership.

Doing your job as a 4-H officer will help build not only a successful 4-H club,File Size: KB. As the first comprehensive history of the organization, The 4-H Harvest tracks 4-H from its origins in turn-of-the-century agricultural modernization efforts, through its role in the administration of federal programs during the New Deal and World War II, to its status as an instrument of international development in Cold War battlegrounds like Cited by: 8.

4-H clubs choosing to compete for the Outstanding 4-H Club in York County award will create a portfolio of their work. A portfolio is a collection of work demonstrating growth and progress.

This is your chance to show York County the fabulous activities and services your club participates in throughout an entire 4. Cultivate a clover-adorned collection of 4-H Club memorabilia spanning the organization’s year history.

The roots of 4-H go back towhen small gatherings—known then as “Tomato Clubs” or “Corn Clubs”— sprang up in Clark County, Ohio, and across the : Natalie Schumann.

4-H club sampler “Urban” 4-H club projects range from urban farming to dog training to STEM. Here’s a sampling of clubs in our region. Find a club and join 4-H here or here. Seattle: Cooped Up in Seattle: urban farming; A Book of Adventure: sewing, cooking and science Vashon Island: Eyes of the Future: training guide dogs Des Moines: Igniting Magnificent Minds: science and technology.Kids experience 4‑H in every county and parish in the country through in-school and after-school programs, school and community clubs and 4‑H camps.

For more than years, 4‑H has welcomed nearly six million young people of all beliefs and backgrounds, giving kids a voice to express who they are and how they make their lives and.For her work in establishing 4-H Clubs in Latvia, Gertrude Warren (along with Ray A.

Turner and C. B. Smith) was awarded the Order of the Three Stars, that country's highest civil order. At the National 4-H Conference Center in Chevy Chase, Maryland, the headquarters building was named Warren Hall in her honor.

Selected publicationsAlma mater: Columbia University.