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A monthly 4-H newsletter with upcoming events.
Wear old clothes in case they get paint on them.
Come enjoy the art of tye dying. There will be a tye dye workshop on April 15, from 9:00-11:30am. at the 4-H office. Cost is $10.
Learn to bake great desserts workshop.
Health forms and paperwork for 4-H summer camp.
The monthly 4-H newsletter with information of upcoming events.
Monthly newsletter listing everything happening in Avoyelles 4-H in the month of October.
The forest products industry contributes to each parish economy in several ways, including jobs, wages and purchases in the local economies.
This year's "Coastal Louisiana Edition" binder includes hands-on lessons for 3rd-12th grades with step by step procedures, student worksheets, assessments and many materials you may need to complete the lessons.
Please join us on Saturday, December 18, 2015 at 8 am till 12 pm for the Avoyelles 4-H Amazing Bike Race in Mansura.
Information all volunteers need, including dates to remember.
Avoyelles Clover Parle is a monthly newsletter to inform the Avoyelles Parish 4-H members of past and upcoming events.
4-H club enrollment by school. state programming activities for 4-H Avoyelles youth participated. Project clubs. School Enrichment.
This newsletter is for the 4-H cloverbud groups. A monthly newsletter of information.
Below you will find information about submitting Avoyelles Parish Livestock Ambassador and Food and Fitness Board applications. Eligibility for Participation: The applicant must be currently enrolled in 4-H and in the 7th-12th grade the year they serve. Membership, Tenure and Selection: Tenure is one year. Board members may serve unlimited terms, but must reapply each year. May have up to 12 members (discretion of the advisors). Alternates (depending on the number of applican
An outline of everything a 4-H volunteer needs to know.
Youth Wetlands (YWW) hands on lessons for 3rd - 12th grades. Includes Science and Social Studies.
This article includes information about submitting Avoyelles Parish SET (Science, Engineering, & Technology) Board applications and Food and Fitness Board applications.
the reason for advisory meetings and the importance of the inputs from the community. We are asking stakeholders to represent the community and share needs.
These numbers represent 4-H club enrollment by schools, 4-H volunteers 2013-1014, State programming activities for 4-H, and school enrichment.
Avoyelles 4-H partners with LASAS and BELA for a Science Adventure.
Achievement day is a day full of fun educational sessions.
Learn the basics of Zentangle.
Learn more about making a Pysanky Egg during a workshop being held April 22, 2014.
2014 Livestock Show rules, Entry Forms, Schedules.
Newsletter for Leader to keep up to date with events .
Information fro the up coming 4-H year.
This booklet was compiled as an aid to you in your job as a 4-H volunteer.
There are several different applications for different boards on 4-H.
Talking about the importance of healthy eating and promoting Spring Gardening.
The Avoyelles 4-H club are having a sweet potato sale to raise money.
This letter is to keep Junior leaders in our parish up to date of upcoming and past events.
National 4-H Week is October 7-13 2012.
In this class 4-Her's will follow directions and create 6 individual Christmas tree ornaments.
A monthly newsletter to inform the Avoyelles 4-H members of past and upcoming events.
Join us November 10th, 2012 for a contest for cloverbuds to learn how to bake and to share their cookies.
This Calendar is a list of tentative events and dates coming up the 2012-2013 year.
Information on pruning shurbs and trim bedding plants.
A monthly newsletter to inform the Avoyelles Parish 4-H Cloverbuds of past and upcoming events.
This program that taught young children how important vegetables are in one's diet included planting vegetables that were later eaten.
The rules and list of dishes for the cookery contest set for November 10th, 2012.
On February 23, 2012, there was an Avoyelles Paish Advisory Meeting held at the LSU AgCenter office in Mansura.
During this weekend the youth were challenged to overcome many barriers and teamwork crossroads.
A presentation at Avoyelles and Evangeline Parish Schools for Pre-K classes stressing the importance of dairy in one's diet.
Information about the Avoyelles Parish 4-H Demonstration and Speech Day on March 13, 2012, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the LSU AgCenter in Mansura, La.
Avoyelles 4-H members showed their livestock projects ,smiles and boots at the 2012 District Livestock Show in Alexandria Louisiana on February 3, 2012. These 4-H members placed at the parish livestock show on January 20-21, 2012.
WInter might not seem to be a good time for many things, but it is an opportune time to perform certain management tasks in the home lawn to provide for healthier, more attractive turf for next summer.
Tips on pruning, fertiliizing and insect prevention for citrus trees.
Photos of an interactive educational experience presented at Bunkie Elementary School on Nov. 14, 2011.
Photos from the blood drive hosted by the Avoyelles Prish 4-H Junior Leaders and the Avoyelles Cattlemen's Association.
On Friday, Nov. 11, 2011, a flag retirement ceremony was held as part of a Veteran's Day program at the LSU AgCenter in Mansura, La.
Photos from the 2011 Avoyelles 4-H Food Fair at which 4-H youth prepare dishes for competition.
An annual meeting of the Avoyelles 4-H Foundation Board members during which everything from the past year and goals of future.
Avoyelles 4-H graduating seniors can receive special recognition for their years as a 4-H member.
Photos of the Avoyelles 4-H leather craft workshop held on No. 11, 2011. Youth learned to use leather-working tools to create several pieces of leather work.
On November 11, 2011, Avoyelles 4-H'ers learned the techniques of oil painting from Mrs. Lydia Gauthier.
At this class 4-H’ers will learn as a painter models, demonstrates and teaches them how to use paint, painting tools as they create their own masterpiece on canvas with oil paint. Registration required. Limited to 50 participants.
Two-day workshop teaches youth to make a clay pot. Registration required. Limited to 75 participants.
Join the Avoyelles Parish 4-H program today! Learn all about the program here and also print out enrollment cards found here.
The LSU AgCenter and Christus Cabrini Health Care staff provided information about nutrition for people with diabetes in Avoyelles Parish.
Join the Avoyelles 4-H program to meet new people and have new experiences. The enrollment cards for 2011-2012 school year are here -- get one today!
A brief description of the responsibilities of the 4-H officers.
Clover Parle is the Avoyelles Parish 4-H newsletter with information about current events and upcoming activities for 4-H'ers and their parents.
See what the 4-H program offers to youth ages 9-19 from someone who has firsthand experience, Austin Bordelon, President of the Avoyelles Parish 4-H Program.
The Louisiana 4-H Foundation and the Avoyelles 4-H Foundation are offering 4-H members who are graduating in 2011 the opportunity to apply for scholarships. A link to the application form can be found here.
Avoyelles Parish students learned about the importance of milk in a dairy program presented at Plauchevillie Elementary.
4-H'ers will learn how to design a stepping stone to add color to home gardens.
Avoyelles Parish 4-H members participated in the 2010 Commodity Cookery and Illustrated Talk Contests.
A course for 4-H'ers and their family members to teach hunter and ATV safety.
The Avoyelles Parish 4-H agents presented a gardening workshop to teach youth about seeds, roots and planting.
With the increased number of home gardens, more people are interested in freezing or canning surplus fruits and vegetables. Although freezing is one of the simplest and best ways to “put up” most fruits and vegetables, canning can be an economical way to preserve food at home. Use these to steps for safe home canning. (PDF Format Only)
Food is a necessity for life, and as a result, a three-day emergency food supply is something you hear a lot about when hurricane season approaches. Many people are not sure what makes up a three-day emergency food supply. It actually involves more than just the food.
Provides list of members and links to meeting minutes for the Joint Advisory Council.
Handle food carefully in the summer because food borne illness- also known as “food poisoning”- happens more in warmer weather.
Provides general information about Avoyelles Parish as well as links to areas of interest.