The following 4-H Youth Development articles printed in the 2018 Fall edition of the Oldham County Extension Newsletter.
Be the Next Emerald Award Winner
The Achievement Program provides the opportunity to receive scholarships to Teen Conference, 4-H Congress, and college. Interviews at the state level are required for certain levels. You can get started in the Achievement Program when you are in the sixth grade and continue throughout the rest of your 4-H career.
At 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, September 18, an orientation and work session will be held to help members get started on their applications. Plan on bringing a laptop with you. RSVPs are due by Monday, September 17.
Email email@example.com to get started. All Achievement Applications are due Monday, October 15.
4-H Awards Night
Save the date! The Junk Drawer Robotics Club invites you to join them at 2018 Oldham County 4-H Banquet on Tuesday, November 20, at the John Black Community Center.
Nominations for 4-H awards are due by October 15. Club leaders will receive more information about the awards in their club packets (more information below). 4-H awards to be granted during the Awards Dinner include the Ten Year Member Award, 100 Ribbon Club, 250 Ribbon Club, Achievement Awards, Horse Level Books, Club Secretary Book, and the Community Service Award. Applications for the Outstanding 4-H Member Award are available online at oldham.ca.uky.edu/4-h-awards-banquet.
4-H Club Leader Meeting
Club enrollment packets will be provided to all 4-H Club Leaders at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, August 30, at the Extension office. Club leaders, plan on attending this extremely important meeting. Every club must have a representative. If you cannot attend, please send a volunteer from your club. Please do not use enrollment forms from past years. All enrollment forms for new and returning members are due November 1.
Shooting Sports Coaches Certification
A workshop will be held at Lake Cumberland 4-H Education Center on October 5 through 7 for coaches seeking their first 4-H Certification. This workshop is designed to familiarize coaches with the National Shooting Sports materials and to provide certification. For more information, contact the Extension office before September 14.
Written by Amy Logsdon, Oldham County 4-H Program Assistant. Edited by Lauren Fernandez, Oldham County Extension Staff Assistant.
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