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4-H enrollment begins September with numerous fun and educational events and activities for Lincoln Parish youth in grades 4-12.
Summer camp for 4, 5 & 6th graders is June 10-14, 2019; limited spots available. Come by to sign up at 4-H Office. Deadline is April 22, 2019 and cost is $225.
Get your youth trained as a babysitter by joining our babysitting workshop in July. They learn emergency skills, responsibility and more. Deadline is July 1.
Deputy Eldred Hardison, Lincoln Parish Sheriff's Deputy, was guest speaker at Lincoln Parish 4-H Achievement Day. He spoke to the youth on being safe.
In this issue, dates to remember, Co-Op Conf., Achievement Day, Pet Show, Food Drive, Wildlife Tour, Summer Camp, LOST camp, 4H Day @ Capitol, 4-H University.
Dates to remember, Food Drive, Valentine Dance, 4-H Achievement Day, Pet Show, Co-Op Tour, Wildlife Tour, Summer Camp, Dairy Poster, and Co-Op Leadership Conf.
Health forms and Hold Harmless forms are needed for campers, adult volunteers and counselors to attend camps and to chaperone overnight events.
Must be 15 years before January 1 or older and 4-H member for 3 years. Must be in 4-H Jr. Leaders. Not eligible to apply if you have won award previously.
We will be holding our annual Lincoln Parish 4-H Cooking Contest December 1, 2018. Begin to decide on your favorite recipe to enter.
Congratulations to Lincoln Parish 4-H members for participating in the talent show. We are proud of all our talented youth.
Come join Lincoln Parish 4-H for fun time of making crafts and cookies for Christmas. There is limited spaces available and the deadline is December 3.
4-H Summer Camp, 4-H University, awards and trips were a few activities 4-H'ers have been involved in this summer. Come be a part of Lincoln Parish 4-H!
Lincoln Parish 4-H Hunting & Outdoor Skills offers a program for hunting ethics, survival skills, marksmanship, and identifying prey while hunting.
Lincoln 4-H held its 4-H Achievement Day, with over 300 people attending. Awards, contests and recognitions were presented for the 2017-18 school year.
Lincoln Parish 4-H Newsletter is the monthly newsletter with information about 4-H upcoming events, activities and competitions in Lincoln Parish.
The 4-H Advisory Council is made up of youth and adults in Lincoln Parish who are interested in brain-storming ideas to make 4-H even better.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
October 4-10 will be celebrated as National 4-H Week in Lincoln Parish. We encourage your 4-H members and volunteers to recognize this annual event.
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.
Youth have an opportunity to take active roles in leadership through the many statewide 4-H youth leadership teams.
Lincoln Parish 4-H has something for every youth. There are over 36 project choices for 4-6 graders, 50 projects for 7-8 graders, and 55 projects for high school youth.
Enrollment for 4-H will begin in September. Many educational programs are planned for this year and will focus on "Life Smarts" which includes the learner recognizing and practicing decision making skills, self-esteem, conflict resolution and much more.
Smart Choices Youth is a community nutrition education program of the LSU AgCenter for Grades 5 – 8. (PDF Format Only)
Encouragement for youth helps academically, socially and develops skills.
Lincoln Parish 4-H will be offering a day camp July 16-17, 2013 at Lincoln Parish Park. The youth of today are in need of experiencing outdoor life especially since they are so involved with computers, games, and other electronic devices that they are not familiar with their need to get involved in outdoors. Outdoor life helps a wide range of health benefits, such as stronger bones, lower cancer risks, longer attention spans, better grades, longer lifespan, and many more.
What 4-H does for youth and what a difference it can make in a young person's life greatly affects our community. It teaches them to be confident and gain knowledge in leadership skills and guidance that will stay with them from now on.
Information for all parents of campers attending the Lincoln Parish 4-H Summer Camp with us on June 3-7, 2013.
Studies have been shown that 4-H has been a positive influence on our youth. Comparisons have been shown that youth who have participated in 4-H are significantly better off than those youth who did not participate in 4-H.
Lincoln Parish March 4-H Newsletter. Last chance to get your two activities in for Achievement Day, which is being held on May 2, 2012.
Looking for something a bit different from that everyday routine of TV and computer games? Looking to add just a little more excitement to your day? Well maybe you can. Take another look at the 4-H program!
New Orleans Game Night, Foods Festival Cooking Competition, Shooting Sports - How to Sign Up, Food & Fitness Camp, Texting All Teens!!!, Key Club Award, Honey Bee Essay Contest, Challenge Camp, Black History Poster Contest, Junior Award of Excellence, Rural Youth Tour, Electric Youth Tour, Junior Leaders meeting, Valentine's Dance and more!!
Lincoln Parish 4-H newsletter includes these articles and more: Talent Contest Winners, Hoops and Clovers, Achievement Day 2012, Safeguarding Your Identity, Foods Festival 2012, Pet Show Winners, Challenge Camp, Key Club Award, Bowling and Pizza, Citizenship Camp, National Black Rodeo Finals, Food & Fitness Camp.
Lincoln Parish 4-H has gone to the dogs -- the bulldogs that is. We are focusing our 2011 educational programming on cyberbullying to help the youth of Lincoln Parish avoid becoming a victim.
Lincoln Parish 4-H newsletter with registration forms for Talent Contest, Key Club and Jr. Award of Excellence forms, find out if your are a Cyber Bully and get info. on: Jr. Beef Grazing Project, Honey Bee Essay contest, Shooting Sports, BB Gun Contest, State Fair, Pet Show, Day at the Mall, Citizenship Camp, Poster Contests, National Black Rodeo finals, Club Officer Training, Gingerbread House Contest and more.
The September 2011 4-H newsletter for Lincoln parish givese parents, 4-H members, volunteers and club leaders information on upcoming events and opportunities.
Who knows what these youth who attend will become after this exposure? Who wants to bet some will be veterinarians, geologists, actors and dietitians?
Whether you are interested in electricity, leadership, money fundamentals, health & fitness, writing a resume, public speaking, dramatic arts, pets, home design, fashion, forestry, gardening, photography, camping, bugs, first aid, microwave cooking, bicycles, making puppets, being a good citizen or working on small engines, 4-H has something for YOU!
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.
The site is tailored to fourth through sixth graders and features nearly a hundred games, quizzes, downloadable activities and videos.
On Saturday, August 6, 2011, 4-H members from across the state will be unloading their cows, hogs, sheep, goats, rabbits and chickens at the North Louisiana Expo Center.
What is 4-H? What do 4-H members do? What is a project? Learn this and more as you read about Lincoln Parish 4-H.
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.
The LSU AgCenter was proud to host more than 500 Lincoln Parish 4-H members, leaders, parents and volunteers as they were “Leading the Way” at the 2011 Lincoln Parish 4-H Achievement Day held May 4, 2011, at the North Louisiana Exhibition Center.
Articles featured in this monthly newsletter edition include: Winners of Foods Festivals attend Regionals, Cody Hanna attending Poultry Show, Achievement Day, Junior Leader Meeting, LOST Camp, Summer Camp, Junior Wildlife Tour, Citizenship Camp, Legislative Day, Fabulous Fruits, and 4-H University.
Great American Clean Up Day, Junior Wildlife Tour, Citizenship Camp, Summer Camp 2011, Canned Food drive, 4-HUniversity, Legislative Day, Foods Festival Winners 2011, Achievement Day 2011, Roughin' It Camp, etc
In this issue of Clover Chat: Canned Food Drive, Hot Sauce Sale, Roughin It Camp, Valentine's Dance, Mudbugs Game, Summer Camp 2011, Black History Month Poster Contest, Food and Fitness Camp, Citizenship Camp, Junior Wildlife Tour, Foods Festival, Shooting Sports Kickoff Meeting, Rural Electric Youth Tour, How to get Calcium, and more.
Information about the Valentine's Dance, Food and Fitness Camp, Junior Leader Meeting, Foods Festival, Honey Bee Essay Contest, Black History Month Poster Contest, Mudbugs Game, Roughin' It Camp, Challenge Camp, New Orleans Hornets game and much more.
How you can help a 4 PAWS Rescue Pooch or Kitty, Black History Month poster contest, Foods Festival, Sponge Bob Square Pants coloring sheet, Challenge Camp, New Orleans Hornets Game, Junior Leaders gift wrapping for DART and much more is in this edition of our newsletter for Lincoln Parish 4-H.
Looking for something a bit different from that everyday routine of TV and computer games? Looking to add just a little more excitement to your day? Well maybe you can. Today I wanted to spend a little time talking to you about one of our newer 4-H programs that several people are very excited about and tell you what you need to do to get involved.
The National 4-H Supply Service is here to serve your 4-H needs, with a great selection of pins, t-shirts, hoodies and much more.
To quote the 4-H motto, “To Make the Best Better”. When a youth enters 4-H beginning in 4th grade we get to work with them until they graduate high school. During this time we are fortunate to be able to watch them grow, learn, and mature into fabulous young people. The pride that we have for these young people is immeasurable. We have this situation this year with one of our Lincoln Parish 4-H members, Ms Lacie Johnson, a senior at Simsboro High School.
As a group of members throughout the state of Louisiana, America’s Wetland Conservation Corps develops educational outreach programs and hands on restoration projects to foster wetland preservation and appreciation. I have been a member of this organization for the past year and have grown to love the cause we work towards for various reasons.
I am requesting an investment from you. No, I’m not talking about the stock market or real estate, but I am talking about a “mutual fund”. This “mutual fund” requires the greatest of investments in that it is comprised of the youth of Lincoln Parish.
You can make your monthly meeting an inspiration to your members by incorporating exciting activities to help 4-H'ers gain a sense of belonging. This article provides information and resource links for club leaders on planning club meetings, making meetings exciting, planning a 4-H program, giving demonstrations and leader guides.
Wanna play with Jimmy Neutron?Youth can play the game here and access materials to share with friends. Check out this fun activity which gives youth and mentors the opportunity to learn about water conservation and challenges them think about steps they can take to participate in going green!
Why is parental involvement important? The Louisiana 4-H Executive Board formed a committee to encourage parent involvement. They believe it is extremely important for the success of the program. Here are what some of the 4-H members have to say about this issue:
This cool drink is super because it has two foods that give you nutrients. Did you ever think of putting milk and orange juice together?
We strive to give youth the tools they need to have a desire to change the world for the better. Do we sometimes sell our youth short by telling them that this feat is impossible just to avoid the disappointment they may experience if their attempt were to not work?