The St. John 4-H Clover Chronicle is the monthly 4-H newsletter. Information on upcoming events being held in the parish are included.
The third Friday in January is Louisiana's state arbor day, now is a good time to plant trees. The same is true for shrubs and many other perennials.
Dining with Diabetes is a program to help adults at risk or with Type 2 diabetes learn about managing their condition.
This nutrition newsletter has information on healthy living through various programs offered in St. John Parish.
In this issue 4-H'ers will receive information on Enrollment, LSU Game and Tailgate, National 4-H Week, Pumpkin Contest, Challenge Camp and Catch Phrase Contest
This newsletter gives you tips on how to manage your weight and eating habits. It's all about Healthy Living!
Twelve 4-H students participated in the Infinity Science Center 4-H Trip.The students took a bus tour of the NASA Stennis Space Center test site.
2017 4-H Junior Leadership Conference theme State of Mind Leadership Takes On The Big Apple. Seven 4-H'ers from East St. John High attended the conference.
Flyer announcing St. John Parish 4-H Bike Rodeo. Open to all 4-H club members.
This newsletter contains information on upcoming events such as Summer Camp, Ag Wonders Dairy and Beef Poster Contest, 4-H Day at the Capitol and 4-H University
Introducing St. John Parish new 4-H Agent. Information on Ag Magic, 4-H Sewing Club, 4-H Day at the Capitol and many other upcoming 4-H activities.
The Healthy Communities program is a program that engages the community at all levels with planning, development, implementation and evaluation.
This newsletter contains information on upcoming events, results from Pumpkin Contest and happy retirement to 4-H Leader Mrs. Patti Rodrigue.
Family and Consumer Science Nutrition Advisory Council Provides direction for educational based programs in St. John Parish.
The 4-H Leader Training was held on September 21, 2016 at the St. John School Board Media Center.
The responsibilities of the 4-H Advisory Council is to represent their peers, identify needs and issues and be active in sharing their skills and knowledge.