When your child says, "I'm bored," use these family activity tips to break up the boredom.
Here are some ideas to get young people active and engaged with nature during this time of much uncertainty and to help break up the monotony.
Oldham County Extension's Report to the People includes articles on 4-H leadership, nutrition education, Oldham County agriculture, and more.
Congratulations to the Oldham County 4-H'ers who recently received Clover Achievement Levels!
Upcoming Oldham County 4-H virtual opportunities include virtual projects, Communications, Life Skills 101, and more.
Oldham County 4-H offers a variety of clubs for youth to develop their leadership skills while exploring and widening their interests. Most clubs will start this year by meeting virtually.
COVID-19 has strained many families' finances. If your budget has recently tightened, it's important to communicate with all family members about new financial realities, including youth.
Congratulations to Andrew Myers, 4-H Shooting Sports Ambassador for 2020-2021! Congrats as well to the Oldham County 4-H'ers who competed in the 2020 Kentucky 4-H Dog and Horse Contests.
Coverings for Kids is an effort to collect mask donations to provide to Kentucky schools at no cost. Donations of face coverings and masks in any size, for both children and adults, will be accepted.
Check out these easy, kid-friendly snack ideas: marshmallow peanut butter sandwiches, banana and peanut butter sandwiches, celery ant boats, Tasty Fruit Quesadillas, Tropical Smoothies, and more!