OC 4-H Invites You to Join

The following 4-H Youth Development articles printed in the 2019 Winter edition of the Oldham County Extension Newsletter.

4-h cooking club

Advanced Chef Club Coming in February

Middle school students, join us on Mondays in February to hone your cooking skills! The 4-H Advanced Chef Club meets between 4:30 and 6:00 p.m. at the Oldham County Extension Conference Center, located at 205 Parker Drive in La Grange. Learn these fun recipes:

February 3: Chicken Fingers & Sweet Potato Fries
February 10: Soufflé
February 17: Carrot Cupcakes With Icing
February 24: Breakfast Bonanza

A supply fee of $25 covers all related costs. Limited spaces available. To register, contact the Oldham County Extension office at (502) 222-9453.

oc 4-h camp

Don’t Miss Out on 4-H Camp!

Mark your calendars now! 2020 Oldham County 4-H Camp will be June 22 through 26 at Lake Cumberland 4-H Camp. We are looking for teens and adults to attend camp with us. Please contact us if you are interested in volunteering to be a leader at camp. Registration will be available in February.

Past leaders are invited to a 4-H camp planning meeting scheduled on Thursday, January 9, at 6:30 p.m.

public speaking

4-H Communications Program Empowers Young People

Despite being the number one fear of most Americans, the ability to speak in public can open many doors in terms of personal friendships and professional advancement. Polish those public speaking skills at the Oldham County 4-H Communications Event on April 9!

Competitive events give youth the opportunity to practice what they have learned; receive positive, constructive suggestions to improve; and overcome the fear of speaking in public. As well, senior 4-H members may compete in mock job interviews.

District level winners are invited to the University of Kentucky to showcase their public speaking skills during the State Communications Day. For more information on our communication programs, contact the Oldham County Cooperative Extension Service.

oc 4-h rabbit club

New 4-H Rabbit Club

Learn how to provide proper care for rabbits at the new 4-H Rabbit Club! You do not have to own a rabbit to join. Club members will learn to identify breeds and work on showmanship. For more information, contact club leader Colette Easter via coletterae@yahoo.com or (509) 680-0681.

Written by Lauren Fernandez, Oldham County Extension Program Assistant; Amy Logsdon, Oldham County 4-H Assistant; and Jennifer Tackett, Kentucky 4-H Youth Development Specialist.

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