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“What positive outcomes in youth, adults, and communities result from the presence of critical elements in a 4-H experience?” A group of evaluators reviewed the basic and applied research on characteristics of effective programs for youth development. From this process, eight essential elements were identified focusing on belonging, mastery, generosity and independence.
Living Your Financial Experience (LYFE) is an easy-to-use financial education solution for participants in need of resources to improve their financial well-being.
(Distributed 08/17/11) MANSURA, La. – The Louisiana 4 H Hall of Fame now has 12 additional members after an induction ceremony held Aug. 13 at the Louisiana 4 H Museum.
(Distributed 08/08/11) MANSURA, La. – Exhibit enhancements are under way at the Louisiana 4-H Museum. “The new pieces will create a dynamic, self-guided experience for museum visitors,” said museum coordinator Rose Anne St. Romain. “They will be completed by September 30.”
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The Virtual 4-H Filmmaking Studio & Workshop, located at www.4-H.org/curriculum/filmmaking is the online space to find tools and resources about video production and “how to make your own film”.
This is a PowerPoint about Service-Learning to learn how you can make a difference in the youth in your parish and in the community.
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The 4-H pledge was adopted in 1927 at the National 4-H Club Camp in Washington, D. C. The ending part - “and my world” - was added in 1973. The pledge describes what the four ‘H’s stand for - Head, Heart, Hands, and Health.
Lieutenant General Russel Honoré talks about the merits of 4-H for youth throughout the state.
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(Distributed 07/24/14) BATON ROUGE, La. – Members of the Louisiana 4-H Food and Fitness Board from throughout the state held their summer meeting in Baton Rouge July 15-17, where they were able to get some hands-on experience and career information from food industry representatives, said LSU AgCenter 4-H regional coordinator Lanette Hebert.
(Distributed 11/04/11) LSU AgCenter employees from across the state brought home awards from the National Association of Extension 4-H Agents conference held Oct. 24-27 in Omaha, Neb.
(Distributed 11/02/11) MANSURA, La. – The Louisiana 4-H Museum is offering “Discovery Days,” an educational program series for groups of children ages 3-8.
(Distributed 03/10/11) MANSURA, La. – A dozen new members of the Louisiana 4-H Hall of Fame from throughout the state will be recognized at a reception May 21.
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Listing of staff for the State 4-H Youth Development Department.
Louisiana 4-H Museum virtual tour online, hours and admission, driving directions, frequently asked questions, promotional materials and YouTube spotlights.
Driving directions to the Louisiana 4-H Museum on La. Highway 1 in Mansura, La., from various cities in Louisiana and a link to an online map.
Louisiana 4-H Museum flyer with photos and brief descriptions of main exhibit areas.
Brief answers to the most frequently asked questions about the Louisiana 4-H Museum.
Information about Louisiana 4-H Museum operating hours, admission and scheduling group tours.
Print-ready mini flyers to copy and distribute to groups; available in color or black and white.
Help promote the Louisiana 4-H Museum by printing copies of this flyer -- in color or black and white -- and distributing them to 4-H leaders, parents, community groups and anyone who would like to take a trip down 4-H memory lane!
Download and print a flyer to distribute to a group or include an ad in an online publication to help promote the Louisiana 4-H Museum. Thank you for supporting the legacy of the 4-H program!
Links to YouTube videos featuring the Louisiana 4-H Museum.
Calling all past and present Louisiana 4-H'ers, leaders, parents, volunteers, agents, and staff! Help us develop the Louisiana 4-H Museum. For more information about financial and item donations, click here.
Architectural rendering of the facility for the Louisiana 4-H Museum, the LSU AgCenter, the Avoyelles Commission of Tourism and Southern University AgCenter.
Enjoy a slideshow of photos and brief explanations of exhibit areas located in the Louisiana 4-H Museum. Watch the slideshow as it progresses or click the player buttons to change the slides.
The Louisiana 4-H Museum now has new multimedia areas to showcase the history of the LSU AgCenter's youth development program.
Take a tour of the museum online.
The Louisiana 4-H Museum is now offering “Discovery Days,” an educational program series for groups of children ages 3 - 8. Children can learn about health, nutrition and nature during these one-hour programs!
The Louisiana 4-H Museum is hosting a Lunch and Learn program on Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2011, from noon-1 p.m. featuring Avoyel Stew and tips on avoiding holiday stress.
Photos of youth learning about pumpkins during the Louisiana 4-H Museum's program offered during October 2011.
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St. James Parish 4-H'ers attend Marsh Maneuvers
This report offers a snapshot of the many programs that Louisiana 4-H conducts throughout the year.
In an effort to educate communities and garner support for military families, the 2011 4-H University Clover College hosted an educational track called “Lights, Camera, Action! -- Speak Out for Military Kids.” For the second year in a row, 4-H members had the opportunity to learn video-making skills and create public service announcements encouraging support for military families throughout Louisiana.
Registration information about the OMK Teen Leadership Camp. Operation Military Kids is a program of the 4-H Department.
This annual report highlights many of the 4-H camps and events that took part on the three military installations in the state of Louisiana. Thanks to grant funding, each of the three installations has a 4-H club on the base.
Louisiana Operation: Military Kids presents the Back to School Bash Camp. Campers will enjoy their time learning skills and participating in activities related to Science, Engineering, and Technology (S.E.T.). Possible subject areas will be movie makeup, robotics, wetlands, wind energy, and much more!! The camp will be filled with games and activities to gain a true camping experience.
Join us for Operation Military Kids (OMK) Fall Camp Lagniappe!
Military families in Louisiana will hit the links on March 12 at The First Tee event at J.S. Clark Park in Baton Rouge. Sponsored by Louisiana 4-H, OMK and BREC, the parks and recreational agency in East Baton Rouge Parish, the day will bring together children with a parent or parents in the military to learn valuable life and golf skills. This event is free to all military families and youth.
A collaborative military partnership among four university cooperative extension services in Louisiana and Mississippi. The program uses a gardening curricula to connect military families to their communities in fun, interactive ways.