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Description of contests offered at 4-H Fest.
Monthly newsletter on the Tangipahoa Parish 4-H Program.
The portfolio is required for grades 4-12 to attend 4-H Fest. Additionally, grades 4-8 are required to turn in a project book as well to attend 4-H Fest. The portfolio and project books make up the 4-H record book and are due to the 4-H office.
This report provides information about funding sources, program highlights for the area and local issues that are being faced by the parish.
Access the application for the 4-H Honor Cord Award. This award is given to graduating 4-H seniors that have been active in the 4-H program.
This report provides information on funding sources, program highlights for the area, and local issues that are being faced by the parish through the Extension Service.
Directions to become camp counselor trained. Remember that after you complete the online training, you must still come to the 4-H office to complete your training.
Directions to become overnight chaperone trained. Please complete the online training and then contact the 4-H office afterwards.
Information available and registration forms for the pet parade and run.
Provides list of members and links to meeting minutes for the Tangipahoa Parish 4-H Advisory Council.
Information and application available for parish 4-H scholarship.
The LSU AgCenter is implementing the Livestock Quality Assurance and Ethics Certification Program for the 2013 livestock show season. All livestock show exhibitors must complete the tutorial and submit a copy of their affidavit of completion.
Health Form, Parent Permission Form, and Code of Conduct Form required for all 4-H functions.
Information and resource links for club leaders to helpful publications on planning club meetings, making meetings exciting, planning a 4-H program, giving demonstrations and leader guides.