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Lincoln Parish 4-H Newsletter is the monthly newsletter with information about 4-H upcoming events, activities and competitions in Lincoln Parish.
Health forms and Hold Harmless forms are needed for campers, adult volunteers and counselors to attend camps and to chaperone overnight events.
Registration begins February 19 for 4-H summer camp (Grades 4-6). Spaces limited. Call 318-251-5134 or come by the 4-H Office to sign up or for information.
Shooting Sports is available in Lincoln Parish to provide instruction and safety to youth. The program strives to enable young people, their parents and adult volunteers to become responsible, self-directed and productive members of society by getting involved in shooting sports and related activities.
Tractor Supply in Ruston will host the 4-H Cookery Contest on December 2, 2017. Several categories to enter include beef, poultry, seafood, egg and wild game.
Winners from the parish 4-H talent contest advance to the State Fair contest. Prizes were awarded to winners at the 4-H pet show.
Lincoln Parish Talent Show will be Oct. 12, 2017 at Ruston High Auditorium. Deadline for registering is Oct. 9.
Grades 6-12 can join 4-H by filling out an enrollment card and returning it to your school or 4-H office at 307 N. Homer St., Ruston, LA.
With the beginning of the school year, 4-H enrollment will begin in September. Fun activities and programs are being planned this year for all 4-H youth in Lincoln Parish.
September, 2017 will begin 4-H enrollment in Lincoln Parish schools. Fun activities and events are available for youth in grades 4-12.
Join 4-H in Lincoln Parish by submitting an enrollment card to your school or to the Lincoln Parish 4-H Office if you are in grades 4-5.
With the beginning of school, 4-H enrollment in the Lincoln Parish Schools will be available to students in 4th -12th grades.
There is something for everyone in 4-H. Meetings are held at Lincoln Parish schools and offer a wide variety of interests for all students.
The awards program for Lincoln Parish was a big success, with over 300 attending. Many were recognized by all the hard work they put in during the school year.
The 4-H Clover Chat is the monthly newsletter for the 4-H program in Lincoln Parish with information about upcoming events, activities and competitions.
Awards were presented to various individuals and school clubs as part of the annual Achievement Day recognition. Over 300 were in attendance for a fun day.
One of our Lincoln Parish 4-H'ers, Devin Rowland, was selected to attend the National 4-H Shooting Sports Youth Leadership Institute. As an Ambassador, he learned to develop leadership skills, public speaking, citizenship, community service, public relations and team building.
Here, Lincoln Parish educators can find out about Youth Wetlands Week, how to get the free materials, register, download forms, contact us and much more.
Brief descriptions of the wide variety of project books offered on a first come, first served basis. 4-H agents will be happy to assist with choosing another project book if we are out of stock of a particular project book.
“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.